Again a new Lamborghini will most of us think, but as far as we know that’s never a bad thing to read about. But this time a Lamborghini that will stay a little longer unborn due to a lack of of orders, only 3. The design is done by Italian coachbuilder Magvisio and is impressive. The project is called “Ferruccio” and is a rebodied Murcielago LP640 that would have been faster than any current car wearing the Lamborghini badge, with a claimed top speed of 230mph (368 kmh).
Magvisio specialises in customisation jobs for private clients, and the Ferruccio was to be its first stab at designing a car from the ground up. The concept is named after the founder of Automobili Lamborghini, Ferruccio Lamborghini.
Designer Pule Magau said:
We have only had three orders, and no one has put down a deposit yet. Let’s just say it’s on ice.
Under that dramatic bodywork, it is based on the LP640, borrowing its 6.5-litre V12 and four-wheel drive system. That means 630 bhp and 660 Nm of torque with performance figures to match. The Ferruccio would clock an 0-62 mph time of 3.0 seconds, and reaching with 100 mph (160 kmh) in just no 6 seconds. Amazing figures!
The 3 customers were meant to be taking delivery of their Ferruccio’s in September 2008, but until more deposits are on the table, none of them get delivered!