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The Lamborghini Gallardo is Lamborghini's more competitively priced supercar. Aimed at competing with the Ferrari label, the two door sportscar delivers Lamborghini performance for a lot less than its older brother, the Murciélago. Although it does not include scissor doors, the Gallardo is the first contemporary generation of Lamborghinis built without a twelve cylinder engine. Its styling cues and body design look very similar to the traditional Lamborghini design with a wide body, a low stance, large wheels, and a mid mounted engine. It comes ready to deliver 500-horsepower with a 5.0-liter V10 engine and a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed E-Gear sequential gearbox. Body paneling is made out of both steel and carbon fiber. Options include ceramic breaks for quicker stopping and a glass engine cover, designed for showing off the V10. For 2006, changes are insignificant.