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Hamann Turns Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 into Victory II

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2010

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German tuning firm Hamann decided it was time to update its Victory performance and styling package for the Lamborghini Gallardo and adapt it to the newer version of the Italian supercar, the LP560-4. The Victory II adds a flamboyant paint job along with a wide body kit and the not-so necessary, but apparently welcome by buyers, power upgrades.

On the styling side, Hamann's designers developed a new body kit with front and rear fender extensions, matching side skirts, a roof scoop channelling air to the engine compartment, a front apron and a rear apron housing a new diffuser and exhaust tail pipes. There's also an available rear wing made of fibre glass or carbon fiber, while the bonnet can also receive the carbon fiber treatment.

The Lamborghini Victory II's exterior is finished in a matte black colour with contrasting dark red detailing. The finishing touch is a new set of 20 inch Edition Race rims with a special varnish, shod in 235/30ZR20 tyres at the front and 325/25ZR20 tyres at the back.

The interior of the Gallardo is enhanced by a 14-part carbon fiber trim set in a red finish covering most parts of the cabin, along with new sport bucket seats featuring a carbon fiber back, and unique floor mats.

In the performance division, by tweaking the V10 engine's electronics, Hamann's engineers managed to pull out another 20 ponies lifting total output to 580HP with a maximum torque of 575Nm. According to the tuner, the Gallardo Victory II can reach a top speed of 328 km/h or 204 mph.

For pricing, you'll have to contact Hamann directly as the tuner did not release any information on the matter.

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http://carscoop.blogspot.com/2010/12/hamann-turns-lamborghini-gallardo-lp560.html

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Hamann Victory II is Lamborghini's Gallardo gone wild

by Drew Phillips (RSS feed) on Dec 23rd 2010 at 5:30PM

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German tuning house Hamann isn't known for producing boring vehicles, and its latest projected, dubbed the Victory II, is a prime example. Based off the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, the Victory II features a completely new look thanks to all new body panels, functional roof inlet, rear wing and 20-inch Hamann wheels. Inside, the car gets new carbon fiber sport seats and custom upholstery.

With the LP560-4 already producing 552 bhp and 398 lb-ft torque, Hamann decided to do only minor modifications to the 5.2L V10. New engine programming results in 20 more horsepower and an additional 26 lb-ft, resulting in a new top speed of 204 mph.

You can read more about the Hamann Victory II in the press release after the jump, or browse through the images from its studio photoshoot in the gallery below.

Gallery:Hamann Victory II

[source: Hamann Motorsport]

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HAMANN already presented the super sports car Victory based on the first Lamborghini Gallardo. With the latest Gallardo LP560-4, now also the new HAMANN Victory II is introduced. The car body becomes broader and the engine performance as well as the amount of carbon parts is significantly increased.

And what is the most essential part of a Lamborghini? Right, it is the wing doors. And nobody really knows why the Gallardo is not equipped with them straight away. HAMANN offers these for the Victory II. In addition, they offer an entire refinement of the original body design which starts with a new front apron in Race-design with a centre carbon part. With new fenders in the front and fender extensions in the back, the Victory II renders an even more remarkable appearance. Also, the extended side skirts and the air inlet on the roof – available in carbon as well – confirm this impression. The back of the car is enhanced by a diffuser and a newly designed rear wing which pushes the car onto the road at high speeds. HAMANN offers the rear wing either in fibre glass or the ultra light and persistent carbon. On top of that, a carbon layer can be applied to the bonnet.

HAMANN equips the Victory II with 20 inch Edition Race rims with a special varnish in order to emphasize the new dynamic look. At the same time, the reduced unsprung masses improve the handling and the acceleration and braking response. The recommended wheel/tyre combination is 9.5Jx20 inches with 235/30ZR20 tyres at the front and 13Jx20 rims with 325/25ZR20 tyres at the back.

By adjusting the engine electronics, HAMANN squeezes additional performance out of this Italian stallion, increasing its power to 427 kW/580 hp with a maximum torque of 575 Newton metres. Therefore, the HAMANN Victory II reaches an impressive 328 km/h top speed.

The impressive V10-Sound turns even more remarkable by applying an end muffler to the serial end pipes.

The interior of the HAMANN Victory II is enhanced by a 14-part carbon set which includes decorative blends, the steering wheel and the door openers. The HAMANN-sports seats with the carbon back render a perfect seating position. If desired, the HAMANN upholstery department can offer anything to make the customers' hearts beat faster. Personalised floor mats or entire leather equipment, everything is handmade by master craftsmen. Individually designed for you and fitted to your car by experts.

For more information about the extensive HAMANN tuning programme, please visit the web site www.HAMANN-MOTORSPORT.com

link:

http://www.autoblog.com/2010/12/23/hamann-victory-ii-is-lamborghinis-gallardo-gone-wild/

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