Articles about Lamborghini Murcielago

This takes skill
Can you hide an exotic supercar from your wife?We can hide a few Tamiyas or a handful of pricey car parts from the wife. But hiding three bright orange Lamborghini Murcielagos? That takes real skill. Listen to this crazy car wife
Italian vs. Japanese
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.#Battledrift2: Lamborghini Murcielago vs. Nissan GT-R. Frankly, we think Monster's video guys could have done a better job editing this-there are
Via Google Maps
With a round-trip airplane ticket to Bologna, Italy, costing from over $1,400 to nearly $8,000, Lamborghini is giving you the next best thing to visiting its museum by putting it up on Google Maps.Thanks to Google\'s street-
Much faster than the Murcielago
In production since 2011, the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 has reached a production milestone with the 2,000th unit--finished in Nero Nemesis--rolling off the assembly line and heading to the United States.According to the Italian carmaker, the production
A sight for sore eyes
In January, Lamborghini announced that it would celebrate its 50th anniversary this year by having hundreds of its vintage and modern cars go on a grand Italian tour from Milan to the Italian carmaker\'s home in Sant\'Agata Bolognese. Well, that
Inspired by Formula 1
Lamborghini's successor to the Murcielago will feature an innovative and highly sophisticated suspension--a pushrod spring and damper concept inspired by Formula 1.Paired with the car's aluminum double wishbone suspension and a carbon ceramic brake system, the pushrod spring
Is it all that it's hyped up to be?
Ever wondered what it's like to be a regular guy yet have a supermodel in your arms? Top Gear Philippines' erstwhile road test editor and current contributor JV Colayco gives us a glimpse of that kind of life--but instead of
We're lucky to catch them online
Be honest. Whenever you're behind the wheel of a car, you wish for a clear stretch of road that's long enough to allow you to floor the accelerator and find out whether or not the manufacturer's saying the truth
For the Murciélago's successor
Lamborghini has started to roll the red carpet for the Murciélago's successor by revealing a sneak preview of a major component in the new supercar: an al-new V12 powerplant.With a clean-sheet design, the 6.5-liter V12
Out with the old, in with the new?
The last Murciélago has rolled out of Lamborghini's factory floor in Sant'Agata Bolognese and is headed to a customer in Switzerland.Bearing production number 4,099 and clad in "Arancio Atlas" paintwork, the LP 670-4 Superveloce is the
Feel free to guess
It looks like the Murcielago's replacement (see teaser photo above) isn't the only vehicle in Lamborghini's Paris Motor Show display list.A document made for American dealers heading to the Italian carmaker's Sant'Agata headquarters revealed a second
Get your first look here
Lamborghini has revealed the first of six teaser images it plans to release to drum up excitement on the successor of its flagship supercar, the Murcielago.The image appears to be a close-up of the car's taillight that is partly
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