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Giallo Metallic Pearl | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 6.2 litre V12 | 30,162 kms | AU$269,995
The archetypal exotic Supercar. It always draws a crowd and has the menacing performance to warrant the attention.
Lamborghini’s halo model from 2002-2010 was the Murcielago. It came with all-wheel-drive, mechanical 6-speed stainless gated manual transmission, carbon fibre body and trim work and a 580hp atmo 6.2 litre V12 engine mounted right behind the cockpit.
Lamborghini referred to this now-discontinued supercar as "one of the most stunning and successful super sports cars of all time. It embodies the pure, unadulterated values of the brand. It is truly extreme, uncompromising and unmistakably Italian”.
Car and Driver said, “For something so blisteringly quick and entertaining to drive, the Murciélago is surprisingly refined and easy to live with, too”.
Offered here is a superbly well maintained and totally original early Australian delivered 2002 Lamborghini Murcielago in ultimate Giallo Orion over two-tone Black leather and Yellow Alcantara with carbon fibre accents.
Travelled just 30,000 kilometres, this one owner car would have to be one of the finest we’ve ever seen. This car was the first new model manufactured under the ownership of German parent company Audi, something that shows in the build quality.
Unmodified, all tell-tale signs from the pristine double stitching across the leather bucket seats, dash and door cards to the still matte finish touch points like the steering wheel and switch gear and the perfect carbon trim fit and finish show a car that has led a charmed life.
Outside, the panel fit is pragmatic, the original paintwork carries a brilliant depth of finish, the correct Speedline Corse 3 piece alloys are still present and in superb condition and like a fine Armani suit, this Super Exotic doesn’t have one thread out of place. Indicative of the low kilometres travelled.
One of the most mesmerising designs from this storied automaker and probably one of their most usable as well, Lamborghini set production car world speed records for one hour, 100 kilometres, and 100 miles, from a standing start in the Murcielago as well.
An incredible exotic, rarely available to own in such well-maintained condition that demands serious consideration by Lamborghini collectors and enthusiasts worldwide this low kilometre and Australian delivered Murcielago is a must experience.