Last year, Lamborghini and Valentino Balboni decided to get together to bring forth the special, limited edition Lamborghini Gallardo Balboni. This creation put together a legendary supercar with a legendary test driver, so it should go unsaid that this vehicle wouldn’t need any changes made to it, right? Wrong. German tuner, Anderson, decided to tweak the Gallardo with a few minor changes to the exterior and some changes in the interior. They even pumped up the power a bit.

The exterior of the Lamborghini doesn’t get altered dramatically as Anderson only tinted the taillights and panes of the vehicle. The German tuner also added three-part lacquered partnered with high performance tires measuring 235/30-20 at the front and 305/25-20 at the back. A louder exhaust system was put in and can be controlled with a remote controlled, three-step valve control.

Inside, the seats have Anderson logos as well as built in carbon in white. The Lamborghini Gallardo Balboni Edition also gets a slight power increase from 542hp to 582hp using the same 5.2 liter V10 engine as found in the standard Balboni Edition. The max torque was also increased, but Anderson Germany did not reveal numbers to substantiate that claim.

Press Release

It is always a challenge when you take even the most seemingly perfect car – as the Lamborghini undoubtedly is – and have it undergo a treatment in order to present it to an admiring audience in an even more perfect condition. For example with a car that is not exactly under-motorized – the Lamborghini Gallardo Balboni Edition.

Because the exterior of this fast car can hardly be improved, the team at the company ANDERSON GERMANY – with their headquarters in Düsseldorf –have concentrated more on the interior than on the small visible external “details” and this has given them room to go all out.

Small visible details would include the tint of the tail lamps and the panes. Alone the description of the
exclusive three-part rims with specialty lacquering would be enough to fill more pages than we have space for here. To sum up: these are specially lacquered rims, 8.5x20 and 11.5x20 inches in size, soled with high performance tires measuring 235/30-20 at the front and 305/25-20 at the back. Although they are not immediately visible, this is more than made up for by the audible exhaust system, which can be adjusted with a remote controlled, three-step valve control.

In the completely refined interior the logo-decorated seats and the generously built Carbon in White are an absolute feast for the eyes. It is worth mentioning the increased performance of the engine, from 550 PSto 590 with an even higher maximum torque.

The company ANDERSON GERMANY is an elite tuner, which turns luxury cars into truly one of a kind vehicles. The vehicles are of course fine-tuned for the stars of this world according to their special requests, inside as well as outside. A special pick-up service is offered to do this, regardless of the car’s location. Naturally, the final product is delivered to the same place.

We offer exclusive rims, complete lacquering or film coating, carbon finishing, specially manufactured exhaust systems, increased performance, interior finishing to the finest degree as well as high end multimedia solutions.

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  (384) posted on 07.1.2011

I’ve been so excited to check this Balboni Edition because I knew that the design will become more sophisticated and vintage.

  (488) posted on 06.17.2011

I’m always a fan of supercars. And this time, my eyes kept on starring this gorgeous Lamborghini.I like the way it preserve the classic style of Lamborghini cars.

  (401) posted on 05.9.2011

Nothing changed though but quite impressive. You cannot clearly distinguish on the enhanced parts and which parts were retained. A good transformation, tweaking this kind of cars is time consuming and you have to devote your entire time studying on how its improvements.

  (462) posted on 04.4.2011

IMHO. Anderson Germany is the lamest tuning company I’ve ever known. They haven’t modified the car better. Just look at the corner spoiler of the car it’s too boring. Plus, the steering and rims..the designed was too awkward.

  (830) posted on 04.1.2011

Stunning as always! Everything is awesome, plus I find this car kind of fuel efficient ,5.2 liter for V10 engine ?wow! That’s unbelievable! 

  (702) posted on 11.16.2010

I’ve always been a big fan of Ferrari’s that are not red or yellow. The green one is just obnoxious. I kind of hate myself for liking it, but I do.

  (780) posted on 11.8.2010

The old Lotus Esprit was the same way. There was not a seat position possible that allowed anyone over 5’11 to fit.

  (555) posted on 11.5.2010

Since I am over six feet tall and these cars are about as comfortable as getting a colonoscopy, the fact that with the stripe and wheel, interior package making it very ghetto trailer park.

  (534) posted on 11.4.2010

Me either, i can’t wait for the Balboni. And based from what i heard the Balboni is taken from its pilot tester Valentino Balboni.

  (765) posted on 10.18.2010

to each his own. The stock model is a sleek sexy beast! this black one looks like its ready to go play basketball or something?

  (765) posted on 10.18.2010

In whatever fantasy world I’m living in where I have a Gallardo Balboni, I’d keep mine stock.

  (257) posted on 10.3.2010

Cannot wait until the Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Valentino Balboni. I Want This Model Name As Long As Possible Edition. It’s got to be much faster, since the longer name appears to mean more performance

  (1332) posted on 09.30.2010

The stock model is a sleek sexy beast! this black one looks like its ready to go play basketball or something?

  (216) posted on 09.27.2010

I thought the Balboni Edition only came in a manual gearbox not paddle shifters

  (379) posted on 09.26.2010

I love Lamborghini!

  (1211) posted on 09.23.2010

I’m holding out for the Max Venturi edition. And the Velociraptor Clint thrust edition.

  (10) posted on 09.7.2010

if this is the rear wheel drive version than Rock on hate the all wheel drive

  (808) posted on 08.17.2010

I’m not really keen about the racing stripe, but I really do love the wheels. Looks really good on the car.

  (407) posted on 08.8.2010

huh? why he used a gallardo? I would be better if the chooses the prevention..

  (1332) posted on 08.5.2010

I hadn’t realized Valentino had retired. Such a cool guy. I read an interview/bio on him in one of the British rags a few years ago and I’d LOVE to listen to the guy just tell stories about his experiences. I’d listen for days, I’m sure.

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