What better way to entice oil-rich supercar lovers to buy your hardware than dressing it in a unique set of two-toned duds? Apparently none, if you're Lamborghini. The Gallardo LP560-4 Bicolore made its debut todayahead of display at the Qatar Motor Show.
Sporting the same potent V-10 engine, 3.7-second to 62 mph acceleration and all-wheel-drive for non-U.S. markets (we only get the Bicolore in Balboni's LP550-2 configuration), the new special edition wears a choice of five corlors for the body with a black roof and engine cover. Available colors include
Giallo Midas, Arancio Borealis, Grigio Telesto, Bianco Monocerus, and Blu Caelum.
A custom interior also comes with the Bicolore package. Nero Persus leather adorns the instrument panel, seats, door panels, and other odd bits of the cabin, with contrasting stitching chosen to offset the paint color. Like the exterior, the interior gets the two-tone treatment as well, with the shifter console wrapped in black Nero Noctis leather.