2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 ’Erebos’ from SR Auto Group

by Alex

SR Automotive Group has earned the reputation of being the creators of some of the most unique sedans that boast of both style and substance. These coupes are for those road enthusiasts who already drive some of the best cars ever to run the face of earth. Tony Yuen who happens to be the owner as well as the founder of SR Auto Group had the wish to come up with an out of the box experience under the sub heading of tuning high-end luxury cars. The SR in the name is an acronym for “Style and Refinement” which the company has been able to remain glued to throughout the years since its inception.

The cars that finally make their arrival from the shop based in Vancouver are all modified in a rich taste and are expressions of each individual’s persona. Out of the many projects, one of the most recent ones include the creation or rather the urge to create the ultimate Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 that has been lovingly given a nickname “Erebos.” The LP560 is the entry level version of the Gallardo but its 5.2 liter V10 is still good enough for 560 HP at an rpm of 8000 along with a peak torque figure of 398 lb-ft which becomes available at 6500 rpm. These are impressive figures to say the least.

To tune something that has already been known for its precision is likely to be a tricky job and therefore SR Auto is cautious of the fact of not changing the entire dynamics of the Gallardo. Most of the buyers do not crib for the dramatic increase in power in a car of such stature and so, on the side of good performance SR has made the addition of an exhaust pump. The incorporation of several aerodynamic pieces and a collection of beautiful wheels were sufficient to alter the mildness of the Gallardo to one of the most clean looking aftermarket examples one had ever witnessed.

Source: topspeed

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