This Lamborghini Murcielago from China Is History

by SpeedLux

The cars that normally roll out from the factory of such automakers as Ferrari, Porsche and Lamborghini are seemingly bound to get involved in car crashes at some points. It is either because these cars are too fast that it takes a long time for them to come to a halt or those driving these cars just do not have what it takes to take proper control of a supercar. A very unfortunate incident has just happened and this time, again, we are talking about an event that happens in China.

Not so long ago, in Shenzhen, China, a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce (SV), painted in a very rare white paint job, happened to get involved in quite a severe crash. Judging by the images of the incident, the car has been severely totaled, especially at its front fascia. The front fascia no longer retains its shape. It seems that this particular Italian raging bull must have been going at a very high speed prior to the horrifying incident.

Aside from the front fascia of the vehicle, one of the body sides also suffers from heavy impact resulting from the crash. The side of the car is bruised and battered severely and its wheels are busted, too. One of the rear taillights has received an impact as well, it has gone out of its proper position.

Unfortunately, as of this very moment, no one is really aware of how the driver – and passenger, if any – of the totaled Italian raging bull is doing after the incident. Details are pretty scarce. Perhaps there was no one around when the car got totaled at the Chinese street. Taking into consideration the decent number of crashes involving Lamborghini vehicles, perhaps it is a good thing that the Italian automaker has only built a limited number of its vehicle lineups. As for the Murcielago, the Italian company originally planned to build just 350 examples of it.

Yet, in reality, it is believed that there are no more than 186 examples of the model. This was seemingly caused by the Aventador that took the company’s attention while the Murcielago was still in production.

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