Hugging the outside wall of the banking at Las Vegas Motor Speedway at about 130 miles per hour, we had a thought: “This dash-top stitching looks perfect.”
Yes, the fencing was whizzing by in a blur, along with banner ads for cigarettes and motor oil and car wax and other assorted stuff. We were coming up fast on the braking cones that would prepare us for our slow, second-gear, 170-degree left-hander leading into the infield road-course portion of our track drive of the 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, and we’re focusing on dash stitching?
Well, it is really nice. But we wouldn’t have noticed it—at least not right then—if the new Gallardo weren’t so calm, so collected, and so composed at that speed. Indeed, it was only at about 120 mph that we even started hearing any wind noise. This is a car that lives for triple-digit speeds.
Source: Car and Driver