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LAMBORGHINI Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce
LAMBORGHINI Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce  2009 2010
2009 2010

The Murcielago LP 670 SuperVeloce was first unveiled to the media in March 2009 and represents, in Lamborghini’s words, a purist version of the Murcielago LP 640.
The car features a redesigned aerodynamic body with a large rear spoiler that increases down force for improved vehicle stability at high speeds. This hardcore sports version of the LP 640 is 100 kgs (220 lbs) lighter and boasts optimized valve timing and a reworked intake system in order to boost the power up to 670 hp. The Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670 SuperVeloce will only be produced in 350 units. Production of the Murcielago ended on November 5, 2010, with a total run of 4,099 cars.

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LAMBORGHINI Murcielago LP 640
LAMBORGHINI Murcielago LP 640  2006 2010
2006 2010

Lamborghini launched the Murcielago in 2001 and, in 2006, its originally 580 hp engine didn’t look that much anymore, facing stiff competition from other brands.
So, it came with the LP640 and some subtle aesthetic improvements.

Lamborghini was bought by the Volkswagen Group in 1998 from a Malaysian investment group. Its turbulent history with ups and downs was calmed down under German ownership and it was placed under Audi control. That is why it had some Audi parts in some of its models. But the Murcielago didn’t have that many connections with any of the German cars.

On the outside, there was a new chin under the short front overhang, and in the rear, there was an option for a glass-covered engine lid, so the owner could brag with the V12 underneath. The car was big and powerful and its status as one of the greatest supercars ever made was rocked by other car manufacturers, including Porsche and, of course, the traditional opposition from Ferrari. In the rear, on the lower side, there was a tailpipe with huge dimensions. It could be easily mistaken with the drainage for a street.

The luxurious interior featured leather seats, a leather-covered dashboard and center console, and aluminum pedals. The gearshift lever was straight-up from the center console.

But Lamborghini didn’t make the LP640 just by adding some horses, a chin, and an exhaust. It also tweaked the suspension and improved the brakes. As an option, carbo-ceramic brakes were offered.

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LAMBORGHINI Murcielago   2001 2006
2001 2006

The Murcielago is Diablo’s successor as the new century dawned.
With an even more angular design made by Luc Donckerwolke, the Murcielago was introduced in 2001. The name comes from a bull which was spared his life in the arena after fighting bravely and surviving 24 sword strokes. It has a V12 engine with a six-sped manual gearbox or six-speed sequential and four-wheel drive of course. Even the design of the car workd to improve speed and aerodynamics: it has folding mirrors, an adjustable spoiler and side scoops which open up automatically to let in more air.

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