Reiter Engineering re-engineers a GT3 racing Lamborghini Gallardo back to street legal-status. This Strada model is quite stock, bar a few changes.

Reiter Engineering has not wasted precious development moments after letting loose a street-legal version of the Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT. This time Reiter moved swiftly to work on a Gallardo GT3 racecar in order to make it back as a street car.

The Gallardo is based heavily on the standard car with its 5.0-litre naturally aspirated V10. But Reiter's conversion features carbon fibre bodywork that includes fenders widened by 60mm, new front fascia, side skirts and a large carbon fiber rear wing.

The single large exhaust pipe reduces weight and helps add extra horses. Rubber is courtesy of sticky Michelin Pilot Sport 2. Standard seats have also been replaced by leather racing units.