SR Automotive Group has been known for creating unique and stylish rides for those that already drive some of the best cars on the planet. The owner and founder of SR Auto Group, Tony Yuen, wanted to create a unique experience when it comes to tuning high-end luxury cars. The SR in the name stands for “Style and Refinement” which the company has been able to stick with throughout the years.

The cars that end up coming from this Vancouver based shop are modified tastefully and express each individual’s personality. One of their most recent projects was to create the ultimate Lamborghini Gallardo LP560, nicknamed “Erebos.” The LP560 is the entry level model of the Gallardo, but its 5.2-liter V10 still creates 560 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 398 ft-lbs of torque at 6,500 rpm.

Tuning something that is already a precision machine can be a tricky business and therefore SR Auto is very careful to not change the overall dynamics of the Gallardo. Most customers do not tend to ask for dramatic power increases in a car like this and so on the performance side SR has added an exhaust system. Including several aerodynamic pieces and a set of beautiful wheels were enough to change this “mild” Gallardo into one of the cleanest looking aftermarket examples we have ever seen.

Hit the jump for more details on SR Auto’s Project Erebos.

  • 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 ’Erebos’ by SR Auto Group
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    560 horsepower at 8,000 rpm
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    398 ft-lbs of torque at 6,500 rpm
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    5200 L
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Design and Conversion

2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 'Erebos' by SR Auto Group High Resolution Exterior
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The Lamborghini Gallardo has been on the market for several years in one form or another and today it still contains the edgy styling and performance that made the car Lamborghini’s best selling model. Just because it is the highest selling Lamborghini ever does not mean that they litter the streets like Honda Civics, but they are around and readily available. Owning a Lamborghini is a statement in its own right and those that own them like to stand out from the crowd. Project Erebos makes this possible while straddling the line between modified Lamborghini and factory styling.

2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 'Erebos' by SR Auto Group High Resolution Exterior
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The first thing SR Auto did was include several aerodynamic pieces from Racing Sports Concepts. RSC is a high end carbon fiber company that develops products for various Italian and German high end brands. Their Gallardo line includes CS600 side skirts, rear diffuser, front splitter, mirrors, rear wings, and several performance options. SR Auto did not want to use too many pieces and included the carbon rear wing, mirrors, and side skirts. They also chose to leave those pieces as carbon fiber instead of painting them the body color. To ensure the Lamborghini retained a factory type look, SR took the front bumper and splitter from theLP570 Superleggera model and transplanted it to this car. Its aggressive look complements the other aerodynamic pieces beautifully and really completes the look and stance of this Lamborghini.

2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 'Erebos' by SR Auto Group High Resolution Exterior
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Other exterior enhancements include the set of PUR wheels. This company builds individually tailored wheels for every client and this specific set is spot-on for this car. The 9-spoke design wheels are 20” models that SR finished in high gloss black paint. The rear wheels are also a concave design which is beginning to become very popular in the aftermarket world. The black wheels set against the silver body of this Lamborghini really set it apart from the crowd.

Source: SR Auto

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  (484) posted on 11.28.2011

I love the abstract design of this Gallardo even the aggressiveness of this one. I just only wonder if what will be the interior of it will look like? Anyway, the engine is quite great for it.

  (599) posted on 04.15.2011

Well, as for as I can recall, SR Auto Group is primarily oriented towards exterior modifications, so it is not surprising that they didn’t do upgrades on the engine. But those new aero parts would still improve the car’s performance a lot.

  (406) posted on 04.13.2011

Yeah, it was really good that they didn’t make a lot of changes here, the car is already gorgeous on its own, so it’s worth keeping it that way.; The only thing that I don;’t like is that they didn’t add more boost to the engine.

  (503) posted on 04.12.2011

Simply accentuating the most basic parts make the car really look good, just like what they’ve done with the carbon fiber side mirrors and spoiler. This car is really a work of art and hand crafted for sheer performance

  (210) posted on 04.12.2011

Well, thing that the rear lip is already a good one for this one. Also it would be a bad idea to change that one altogether, because it would likely affect the aerodynamics of the car.

  (466) posted on 04.11.2011

The car would be better if they are going to modify its rear lip and I think that this car is less powerful although its fuel efficient.

  (683) posted on 04.11.2011

Ha, they call this one entry level? Come on, those numbers show that this car can outperform other entry level cars at any given time. And the color looks nice too.

  (273) posted on 04.11.2011

Aesthetically, i like this car it has the luxurious and aggressive look of Lamborghini. Though i believe that this car is less powerful.

  (1211) posted on 04.11.2011

The matte gray finish actually looks good on this one. A rather simple choice for the overall color, but it does highlight all the great features of the Gallardo.

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