Its curtains down on the Lamborghini Murcielago as the last model rolls off the production line

by Alex

The last of the Lamborghini Murcielago has finally rolled off the manufacturing line. The company’s Sant’ Agata site in Italy was responsible for making 4,099 units of this car in a period of 10 years.

Switzerland, known for his love for fast vehicles is where the last of the model, the LP 670-4 SV is headed for. This model is a twelve cylinder one and has been the most popular model amongst all the other Lamborghini models made till date. This is also an indication of the turnaround that Lamborghini has affected in the last few years.

The car has a mix of Italian and German design and technology incorporated in it. It is lighter and made from carbon fiber while the driving experience too is extremely comfortable. The car had been launched in 2001.

Expectation is there that a new Lamborghini would arrive soon in the market as a replacement to the Murcielago.

Source: topspeed

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