If you're an F1 ace and used to braking with your left foot, then you’ll be okay, but most mortals will struggle because the pedals are so far offset to the left. At least there’s decent headroom, plenty of movement for the driver's seat and a steering wheel that adjusts for height and reach. The downside is that rear visibility is limited and it's hard to judge where the car's nose ends.
Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe space & practicality
If you want practicality, a supercar is not the best choice. However, the Gallardo provides decent cabin space for its two occupants and is also easier to thread through traffic than a Ferrari 430. As for the boot, learn to travel light. That said, this Spyder is no less practical than the coupe.
Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe equipment
As you would expect for this type of money, the Gallardo is well equipped. It comes with climate control, leather seats, heated door mirrors, a USB connection and a CD player. After that, buyers can spend many thousands by ticking an options list that includes such luxuries as fitted luggage, satellite-navigation and even a transparent engine cover.