Lamborghini’s Gallardo in both coupe and Spyder forms is the Italian supercar manufacturer’s most successful model to date. Thus, for its 2007 model-year update Lamborghini was never going too really shake things up. The most significant change is the optional carbon ceramic braking system that’s lifted directly from the Murcielago. The huge discs measure 380mm in diameter and are clamped by six-pot callipers, which are far superior to the standard steel units.

Other changes are merely cosmetic. Inside, the car gets a new steering wheel with metal highlights and new interior trims including Alcantara and carbon packages. In addition to these are the new paint schemes with eccentric names such as Marrone Janus, Azzurro Australis and Bianco Polar.