We wouldn’t say the 560-hp Lamborghini Gallardo LP560/4 is lacking power, but this didn’t stop Edo Competition from tinkering with the car. The tuner created the LP600/4, and, as the name suggests, it’s pumping out 600 hp through all four wheels.
Torque isn’t listed in that lengthy name, but it also rises to 422 lb-ft from the stock 398 lb-ft rating. Edo’s tuned LP600/4 is capable of sprinting from 0-62 mph in 3.5 seconds (compared to the stock 3.7 seconds), and manages to hit a top speed of 211 mph (10 mph faster than an LP560).
Edo doesn’t list all the modifications to the car, but it seems as if that extra power is largely derived from an engine chip and a custom stainless steel exhaust system. A neat trick: The exhaust has vacuum-actuated bypass valves like on a Chevrolet Corvette, but the driver can open and close them with the flick of a switch.
LP600/4s also receive a new sport suspension with adjustable damping and rebound, custom 19-inch three-piece racing wheels, and a new lip spoiler. Pricing isn’t discussed in Edo’s press release, but as the adage goes, if you have to ask…