We all know that Lamborghini is the archenemy of Ferrari, both of them delivering the most incredible supercars. This rivalry is something fundamental to raise the bar and becoming better day by day. It pushes the boundaries that you didn’t even know they existed in first place.
With the launch of the Murcielago in 2001, the fame and success of the car hit the sky and created a legacy that remains until these days. The Murcielago is the one of the most successful cars in the history of Lamborghini, and undeniably, one of sexiest as well.
At the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, it was the unveiled the fastest and expensive version of the Murcielago, the LP670-4 SuperVeloce, with an aggressive and sporty performance upgrade and tons of aesthetical changes. This track-focused version left impressed every car enthusiast in the world.
Among the standard Murcielago, the 2010 Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce featured severals changes that improved its aerodynamics, performance, and aesthetic. Upgraded intake system and valve timing improved the numbers of the car. Also, a reduced weight of 220 lb was possible thanks to the massive use of carbon fiber, widely spread all over the car, both inside and out. The improvements showed in a considerable performance increase.
Let’s review this Mediterranean bat.
Italian Performance and Outstanding Drivetrain
The 2010 Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce features cutting-edge specs, making it one of the fastest car back then. The massive DOHC 48-Valve 6.5L V12 powerplant with aluminum blocks and heads make this car take off like a bullet. It produces 661 horsepower at 8000 rpm and 490 lb-ft of maximum torque at 6500 rpm. The acceleration is exhilarating. It can go from standstill to 60 mph in 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and kill a quarter mile in 10.9 seconds. The top speed goes up to 212 mph.
The transmission is suited for a sequential automated manual transmission. It uses electro-hydraulics to shift gear quickly and smoothly. Also, a six-speed manual transmission is available as a no-premium option. The Murcielago is equipped with double wishbone suspension on all four wheels and the power of the V12 engine is sent to the all four wheels.
Flawless Design and Heavenly Craft Cockpit
The 2010 Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce inspires instantly. Its silhouette emanates the ultimate sports sensation, so it’s impossible to describe the track feeling that this car gives.
The front fascia is pure visual poetry. The long hood, bumper, and headlights are the same surface, looking smooth and is hot as hell. From sideways, the car is outstandingly engineered to deliver the ultimate sporting body and an exotic stance. The upward-opening doors along with the special edition Ares alloy forged wheels completes the supercar, flawlessly made from the gut to the skin.
The rear of the car is art. The giant spoiler, the center-mounted exhaust, and the air diffuser are combined with the stop lights to give a sensation never seen before.
The cockpit is plagued with Alcantara upholstery and carbon fiber’s accents. All the cockpit has ultra-light weight materials as the bucket seats, completely made with carbon fiber as well, but with an ergonomic design that guarantees an absolutely comfortable ride and support to a crazy and wild ride. Everywhere you see, you will notice top-notch materials along with sophisticated and delightful design taste.
The Bottom Line
Back then and still now, the 2010 Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce is an authentic piece of art. Bulky bank accounts are not the only requirement to have one. With just 187 units spread all over the world, you have to be lucky to find an owner with the desire of getting rid of his. An almost impossible feat, because this Italian supercar is exotic among exotics.
Starting price at US$450.000.