A white 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV is currently up for sale from CNC Motors in Ontario, California. As one of just 186 examples ever produced, this Murcielago SV has an asking price of $509,999.

Unlike the recently introduced Lamborghini Aventador SV, the Murcielago SV was introduced right at the end of the vehicle’s production run and built as a ‘last hurrah’. It was introduced so late in fact that the Italian marque had to cut short its production run to make way for the Aventador unveiled in 2011.

This particular Murcielago SV has been adorned in an exceptional matte white (Bianco Canopus) finish and complete with the optional large SV logos on the sides. Elsewhere it includes twin five-spoke gloss black wheels, a carbon fibre rear fascia, rear wing and engine cover as well as black brake calipers. Inside, the white and black theme continues with black alcantara adorning most of the cabin while white contrast stitching is also featured alongside the selection of carbon fibre accents.

The car has travelled a mere 6470 km. That means its 6.5-litre V12 engine delivering 670 hp has barely been broken in and can be enjoyed for decades to come.

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