Star Wars is one of those movie franchises that draw a following that lasts for generations and quite frankly, we don’t think that its popularity will wane anytime soon.

Some people are just fanatics about the movie, so much so that they try to incorporate their fanaticism into their real lives, say like the owner of this Lamborghini Gallardo LP640. It’s not the 2012 Volkswagen Passat that Li’l Darth Vader started with the Force, but its theme sure does make you question just how big of a fan the owner is. Removingthe original paint finish for the vehicle, the owner had it wrapped in a vinyl that incorporates elements from, you guessed it, Star Wars.

There’s a Jedi Order crest on the passenger side door with a corresponding Galactic Empire on the other side. The overall look of the car resembles a carrier ship with matching machine guns to add to the bad-assery. Then there’s our favorite robot, R2D2, on the roof, which should make for a great companion on the car - if he was real.

Other details you’ll notice include plenty of machine gun details all over the car, as well as an inscription on the side of the door that says: "Co-pilot: Golden Puss."

We can tell that there has been a lot of work done to make this Gallardo look like Han Solo’s supercar. It’s also worth noting that despite all the Star Wars references, the owner was smart enough to leave the engine alone. We don’t know how it can run on Star Wars technology, but we’re perfectly happy seeing the Gallardo’s 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 640 horsepower and 486 lb/ft of torque under its hood.


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  (541) posted on 11.28.2011

The graphic design of this Gallardo makes this vehicle looks so exotic and unique, which is great for it. Anyway, I wonder also if why is it called a ’star wars’?

  (248) posted on 09.20.2011

Why should call this car star war? BTW, The performance of the car is great. The engine sounds well and running smooth. I’m so impressed for this kind of a race car.

  (474) posted on 09.1.2011

It’s like a transformer car because of the design and the muffler of the car is in the center of bumper.

  (647) posted on 07.25.2011

It resembles a carrier ship? It does not seem a carrier ship at all. In my opinion, it does not show any connection with the movie Star Wars. Much better if they change the design of the car and also its name.

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