Last week we showed you the first pictures of the standard LP670-4 SV. As we predicted, more pictures have appeared of the car thanks to forum member ‘Jaccub’ and The pictures are clearer this time and give us a good idea of what the car looks like. We like it! It looks a little less aftermarket than the big spoiler.

Number 001/350, this white coupe is currently in a Czech Lamborghini showroom and will be placed on display at the Autosalon Brno 2009 motorshow.

The MurciƩlago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce is more powerful, lighter and faster than the MurciƩlago LP 640. With the output of the 6.5 liter V12 increased to 670 hp and a weight reduction of 100 kg the LP670-4 SV sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and eventually tops out at 342 km/h. The LP670-4 production is limited to just 350 cars. It was released at this years Geneva Motorshow.


  1. You have to love it to pay an extra $100K (~$450K for the SV) for things that are almost completely invisible. (Ooops, sorry, I think I just talked about money)

  2. @steven: well, in this case the extra cost is not so much for a wing (big or small), it’s for saving 100kg with a carbon-rich diet (and that’s a lot of carbon). What I don’t really get is that Lambos are made for showing off your money, not hiding it inside a case like a luxury watch would… but anyway, maybe some rich dudes want both.


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