Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640 by JB Design

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

The tuning specialists at JB Design bring a new interpretation of the Italian supercar Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640 to us. The car was given both power and styling upgrades and comes with a changed underbody (ground effect) and an awesome final velocity. What makes it highly special and visually arresting is the paint scheme called Blood to back Diamond, of which only JB Car Design has the patent.

Its exclusivity cannot be argued since there are only 911 liters available worldwide with each liter costing 280 euros. Priced at 2,370 euros, the package consists of tinted windshield, back and side windows. The price includes the approval of the Technical control board. 

The interior of the car has dark red Ultrasuede and black smooth leather and various carbon fiber accents. In addition, the package offers a new set of wheels, comprising a three part 20-inch Schmidt Revolution aluminum rims with hardened outer rim made of stainless steel shoed with Michelin wide base tires size 265/30-20 and 335/30-20.

The aerodynamic package includes a front- and rear spoiler, rear diffuser, air intake in the front, side coverings, side skirts, a front opening hood as well as an engine hood. 

Power enhancements are offered with two levels of upgrade. Priced at 28,000 euros, the first level gives an output of 710 hp while the second one gets it to 750 hp. JB Design claims that the supercar can reach a top speed of 370 km/h.

The tuners also gave it a delightful feature, which allows the driver to change the sound of the exhaust pipe with the use of a remote control. The demonstration car has a price of 355,000 euros (YOC 2008, 9.000 km). The original price including the costs of the conversion stands 500,000 euros.

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