A very impressive supercar line-up, seen in the Sanlitun beer district in Beijing. From right to left: Lamborghini LP 560-4 Bicolore, Ferrari F430 and a Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Tricolore. A closer look:
The Lamborghini LP 560-4 Bicolore is a special edition of the Gallardo that debuted in 2010. It features a unique two-tone paint job, ‘bicolore’ meaning ‘two colors’. The Bicolore was only available in orange, yellow, silver, white or blue, all combined with a black roof and black alloys. Power came from a 5.2 liter V10, good for 552hp and 540nm.
This fantastic yellow Ferrari F430 attracted more attention than the two Lamborghini’s combined. The F430 was made from 2004 until 2009, powered by a 4.3 liter V8 with 483hp and 465nm. Five-spoke alloys are period and still look brilliant. The F430 was a big success in China, so we have our Famous China-Ferrari F430 Collection™: black as the night, with FF, matte blue, matte black, with girls, matte black Scuderia, shiny red, golden alloys, F430 Novitec Rosso, Spider 16M, matte-black-silver, red, a red, matte-black and a mighty Novitec Rosso 707.
The Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Tricolore was a special edition of the Gallardo that debuted in 2011 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Italian unification. ‘Tricolore’ has nothing to do with the color scheme of the vehicle itself but with the Italian flag; see racing stripe. Power came from a 5.2 liter V10 with 542hp and 540nm, sending power to the rear wheels.
Time now for our Extremely Famous® China-Lamborghini Gallardo Collection™: crash, Sesto Elemento R/C, orange, yellow, crash, orange with Mac, tree-crash, matte black, license plate, pink, Balboni, LP550-2 GZ8 Edizione Limitata, shiny green, chrome, Reventon, crash, GZ8 Edizione Limitata, shiny-blue, matte-black & orange, water melon, red wheels, HK20, pink, matte-black, gold, pink, another pink, lime-green, in gold, one purple, another purple, Gold Edition, and a Spyder Performante.
Everybody looking at the yellow car…
Nobody looking now!, pedestrians take a hike when CarNewsChina takes a photo.