You're looking at a diagram of the spaceframe for the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 roadster. It is interesting for three reasons.
1. It's surprising that Lamborghini wasn't using a monocoque, but rather the same kind of construction technology the company had been using since the '60s.
2. It looks really cool.
3. It looks hopelessly complex to feather your way around.
But looks can be deceiving. Spaceframes are kind of old school, as was the Murcielago's 1960s-based V12. The Murci probably isn't the most complex car out there.
What car is?
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