Lamborghini Murcielago LP-670 SV: first details revealed

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 27, 2010

Thanks to a lucky guy who says he saw the new so-called Lamborghini Murcielago LP-670 SV, we bring you the first details of the new "monster"!

The front end has integrated numerous angles and air vents on the engine cover that make the machine appear as aggressive as ever.

The vehicle comes with wheels that are finished in shiny black paint, standard carbon ceramic brakes, revised side mirrors, an equally aggressive-looking rear end with standard housing that comes with significant bumper protrusions, and rear wings coming in two options of standard and more aggressive.

The effect of the rear wings are as follows: for the standard wing top speed is 342 km/h and with the larger, aggressive wing, top speed is restricted to 337 km/h.

Carbon fiber is utilized to the maximum as well as alcantara for the interior. The car will be finished in matte black on its underside, while glossy black will complete the upper body.

Official introduction is set for March and deliveries will see the light of day beginning in June with a price tag of US1.1 million in Singapore although elsewhere it is 25 percent premium to the price of the regular LP640.

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