The Lamborghini Gallardo first said hello to the world at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show, featuring an aluminum spaceframe and V10 engine that sent power to all four wheels. During the model’s 10-year production run, Lamborghini would sell precisely 14,022 Gallardos, making the vehicle the Italian automaker’s best-selling car. The very last Gallardo to roll off the assembly line — representing no. 14,022 — line is an LP 570-4 Spyder Performante in Rosso Mars. (Sorry, it’s already spoken for.) The Lamborghini Gallardo was sold in more than 45 countries across the globe, with a number of special editions offered specifically to certain markets. Perhaps the most well-known of those Gallardos were those built for the Italian police, complete with flashing blue lights, blue paintwork and dedicated equipment. The Gallardo’s successor — as yet unnamed — is slated to launch in the second half of next year.