Long Island’s recent heatwave has blessed us with temperatures in the mid 50′s, which is almost unheard of for the month of January, but nonetheless questions as to why or how aren’t being asking. Instead, I’ve focused my attention more on what I can do to take advantage of these wonderful spring temps and it began yesterday morning with a delightful breakfast cruise to Maureen’s Kitchen with a bunch of fellow Exotic4Play members. We met up off the Long Island Expressway and exotic after exotic came rolling in sporting either big v8′s or high revving v10′s. In a crowd of incredibly high caliber cars one would imagine stealing the lime light would be a difficult feat to accomplish but one car did just that, with ease. The car? Sergio’s Lamborghini Gallardo Supperlegera LP-570.
After a quick glance I’m sure you can understand why.. This isn’t your typical Lambo. The guys at Martino Auto Concepts got their hands on it and performed jaw dropping exterior modifications including that set of one off headlights you already noticed. They’re super aggressive and while I’m typically not a fan of angel eyes on anything but bmw’s, these couldn’t fit the car any better and as with everything Martino does the craftsmanship is truly second to none.
The list doesn’t stop there like you might assume. This car was also fitted with an exhaust system that is near deafening but the tone is incredible and you wouldn’t dare cover your ears to muffle the brilliant Lamborghini sound exploding from the rear end. The Larini exhaust system created a slightly different and distinct pitch compared to the other Gallardo that was present and imitates something like an f1 car. A Technocraft airbox completes the power modifications, but only for now
A rapid(to say the least) pace landed us in the parking lot of Maureen’s Kitchen in a flash. Reservations got us seated in a prompt manner and a delicious feast was consumed shortly after. I’ve been to Maureen’s quite a few times and while it’s almost always packed the food is well worth the wait. As with any table filled with enthusiasts, car talk flooded the airwaves and everything from exotic talk to detailing was brought up. Unfortunately, Sergio had to depart a little early to pick up the kids but his car left us all with a lasting impression. Thankfully Chris got a chance to shoot his car this morning so I’ll leave you with a few more shots. If you’re interested in finding out more about this car or just want to be a part of an exploding exotic community sign up on Exotic4Play. Also if you need any sort of custom or high end body work get in contact with Martino Auto Concepts. Have a wonderful week!