Lamborghini To Fire Fighting

If we hear a direct fire unit came in our mind is a vehicle that has the ability to accommodate the amount of water to extinguish the flames or in other words a truck. But in New York, USA, firefighting unit with a new vehicle GCFD name.

The new vehicle comes with a fire engine concept is the Italian supercar, the Lamborghini Murcielago. And the vehicle was trying to be applied by Martino Auto Concept which is home modifications that are in Glen Cove, New York, United States who want to make this supercar a Rapid Response Unit vehicles.

Supercar is dedicated in honor of the Glen Cove Fire Department (GCFD) in his ministry that has over 175 years to the community. Therefore, this Italian supercar now called The Lamborghini Murcielago GCFD Rapid Response Unit

Lamborghini GCFD sporty character display glows with the orange color cast and pangadopsian siren lights are placed on the roof. In addition, the impression of luxury is also shown in the graphic design gold that adorn the hood. And do not forget the symbol ax is also attached to the side of the bumper.

Supercar using chrome-plated alloy wheels with thin-profile tires wrapped relies performance 6.4-liter V12 engine capable of generating power at 628hp at 8.000rpm round. As for the car is capable of removing torque 660Nm at 6.000rpm round.

Lamborghini GCFD that could accelerate from 0-100km / h in 3.4 seconds and can reach a top speed of 340 km / h is planned to be exhibited at the Cruise Nights will be held in June 2012 with the location of Pride of the City, New York, USA States.

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