The Lamborghini Murcielago 670-4 SV is the final incarnations of the V-12 powered bruiser that defined the Italian Supercar moniker for almost a decade. So then, think of the Lamborghini Murcielago LP-670 SV as a love letter to the Murcielago from Lamborgini. The Murceilago is the V12 bruiser that defined the Italian Supercar maker for almost a decade, and, true to their heritage, The Italians couldn’t let it go away without a proper send off.
The curved lines of the Murcielago were a stark departure from its predecessor, The Lamborghini Diablo, and ushered in a new chapter and sales resurgence for Lamborghini. The Murcielago was aimed at the multi-millionaire buyer that would forego the technical brilliance of a Ferrari 599 in favour of the theatrical lustre of the Murcielago.
The Lamborghini Murceilago LP 670-4 is an even more powerful, lighter, more aerodynamic, and faster version of the Murcielago LP-640. The 6.5-liter V12 in the now Murceilago LP 670-4 now produces 493kW of power 660Nm of torque and benefits from a 100kg weight reduction. 0-100km/h is taken care of in a breathtaking 3.2 seconds, and, given enough room, the Murcielago LP-640 will keep accelerating all the way to 342km/h (212 mph).
The Lamborghini Murcielago 670-4 SV defines exclusivity. This 2010 example is one of only 186 examples globally, 28 built for the right-hand-drive market and seven examples delivered to Australia in a production run that spanned just 12 months.
Price $699,980 Location Melbourne, Victoria Mileage 6212km
Lamborghini Murcielago 670-4 SV
6 Speed E-Gear Sequential
All Wheel Drive