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2009 Lamborghini Murcielago SV

Description

Key Points: 1/28 RHD and even fewer UK supplied, exposed carbon fibre rear spoiler, one of few to come from the factory with fixed low-line ducktail wing.

The successor to the Diablo and the flagship V12 of the Lamborghini lineup, the Murciélago was introduced in 2001 as the brand's first new model under the ownership of the Volkswagen Group. It features all-wheel drive and a low ride height, as well as typical Lamborghini features such as angular-design bodywork and scissor doors, a hallmark feature of flagship Lamborghini models since the Countach.

At the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini unveiled a high-performance, range-topping variant of the Murciélago, the LP 670-4 SuperVeloce (SV). The SV moniker had previously appeared on the Diablo and Miura, and indicates a more track-oriented specification. The air intakes were enlarged for better brake cooling, the front spoiler was extended for improved downforce, and the LP-640’s optional 15-inch carbon ceramic disc brakes and six-
piston callipers were fitted as standard. The car's weight was also reduced by 100 kg through the extensive use of carbon fibre, a lighter exhaust and lightweight Alcantara interior trim. According to Maurizio Reggiani, former head of Lamborghini research and development, the SV's steering was tuned for high-speed sensitivity.

It is powered by a 6.5-litre V12 with revised valve timing and an upgraded intake, producing 661 hp and 487 lb ft of torque. The result is a 0-60mph sprint time of 3.1 seconds, and a claimed top speed of 209 mph.

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Key Points: 1/28 RHD and even fewer UK supplied, exposed carbon fibre rear spoiler, one of few to come from the factory with fixed low-line ducktail wing.

The successor to the Diablo and the flagship V12 of the Lamborghini lineup, the Murciélago was introduced in 2001 as the brand's first new model under the ownership of the Volkswagen Group. It features all-wheel drive and a low ride height, as well as typical Lamborghini features such as angular-design bodywork and scissor doors, a hallmark feature of flagship Lamborghini models since the Countach.

At the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini unveiled a high-performance, range-topping variant of the Murciélago, the LP 670-4 SuperVeloce (SV). The SV moniker had previously appeared on the Diablo and Miura, and indicates a more track-oriented specification. The air intakes were enlarged for better brake cooling, the front spoiler was extended for improved downforce, and the LP-640’s optional 15-inch carbon ceramic disc brakes and six-
piston callipers were fitted as standard. The car's weight was also reduced by 100 kg through the extensive use of carbon fibre, a lighter exhaust and lightweight Alcantara interior trim. According to Maurizio Reggiani, former head of Lamborghini research and development, the SV's steering was tuned for high-speed sensitivity.

It is powered by a 6.5-litre V12 with revised valve timing and an upgraded intake, producing 661 hp and 487 lb ft of torque. The result is a 0-60mph sprint time of 3.1 seconds, and a claimed top speed of 209 mph.

Year
2009
Exterior Colour
Nero Aldebaran
Interior Colour
Nero
Trim
Alcantara
Driver Position
RHD
Price
UNDER OFFER

Options

  • 18" SV Wheels
  • Wheels Painted in Gloss Black
  • Fixed Low-Line Ducktail Style Wing
  • Large Exposed Carbon Fibre Rear Spoiler
  • Spoiler Mounted on Twin Carbon Fibre Pylons
  • Bake Caliper Colour - Giallo Orion
  • Nero Aldebaran Exterior Paint
  • Nero Alcantara Interior
  • Steering Wheel finished in Alcantara
  • Carbon Fibre 12 O'Clock Stripe
  • Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel Base
  • Carbon Fibre Central Column
  • Carbon Fibre Rocker Cover
  • Carbon Fibre Engine Bay Surround
  • Carbon Fibre Engine Louvers
  • Carbon Fibre Kickplates with embossed Murcielago logo
  • Contrast Stitching in Giallo
  • Contrast Piping in Giallo