Yes, this bright orange Lamborghini Murcielago lived a glorious life racking up an unfathomable 258,098 miles. Unfortunately a high speed crash turned it into an exotic paperweight in 2012, but after months of labor and a ton of money it’s now better than new. Want to guess how much?
I am all for taking your car out for a joyride, especially if it’s a fun car that is meant to be enjoyed. Keeping a perfectly good and working supercar in the garage is a crime. I just ask that you try not to, um, flip it—especially when your kids are inside.
Yesterday, a video surfaced that depicted a chrome-wrapped Lamborghini Murcielago spinning out on a sodden Russian highway near Moscow. It looked super fake (chrome wrap does that). But it was real. It was Something That Happened.
Swedish professional skier Jon Olsson often brings insane cars into his natural environment and, well, does insane stuff with them. He recently tore up a few ski slopes on the way to the top of a glacier in his Lamborghini Murcielago, ski raced down it, and made us all remember just how boring our own lives are.
Any production that opens with the sentence, “Granny’s got the Lambo today, granny’s got the Lambo” is bound to be a good one. Thankfully, this video lived up to that standard.
Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham and the rest of Universal’s Fast 8 crew is currently relocating to Iceland to blow up the peaceful island using multiple Ripsaw ATVs and armored trucks. Here are more of their stunt cars.
Step one: become arguably the best drifter in the world and master every kind of traditional drift machine ever made. Step two: buy a Lamborghini.
[Maybe the Lamborghini Murcielago has aged so well because it is almost devoid of any ‘styling.’ The design is pure proportions. Photo Credit: Lamborghini]
Kids these days have no respect for supercars. Especially in Portland, where the bicycle and the Prius reign as king and queen.
A dashcam caught this Lamborghini Murcielago putting a little too much throttle in to thread a needle in traffic, and winding up off the road and at the mercy of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The most New Jersey driver ever reportedly crashed a Lamborghini Murcielago by the George Washington Bridge early Monday morning, and then left the scene while the supercar burned.
You're looking at a diagram of the spaceframe for the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 roadster. It is interesting for three reasons.
[It looks like the early Lamborghini Murcielago is aging very, very well into a somewhat restrained, elegant design. Or am I just getting a little nostalgic?]
The best halal cart in the city is the one on 53rd and 6th. SCC Exotics happened to be driving by with their Murcielago LP640 and happened to be hungry. Photo op? Photo op.
Things are heating up this week. This time a trailer transporting a Ferrari 430 Scdueria, a Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 as well as a couple of Bentley Flying Spurs and a BMW X6M went up in flames in Nakhon Ratchasima, Bangkok.
We would expect an Italian supercar to meet a fiery death after its glorious engine has been damaged in an accident. Turns out, we're wrong. The Murcielago will burst into flames no matter where you hit it.
After finishing a race with an R/C helicopter and a Suzuki GSX-R1000, the driver of this Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 went off the road and crashed. That's a bad way to wrap a day of shooting.
Losing a daily driver is a lot like losing an old friend. That's why we're sad to report that the world's highest-mileage Lamborghini Murcielago has been totaled after a high speed crash with 258,098 miles on the odometer — an higher even mileage than Richard Jordan's Lamborghini Gallardo before it was destroyed.
The problem with the Lamborghini Murcielago is that with its four wheel drive, you can keep pushing the car faster and faster until BAM you fly off the road and crash into a highway sign, like this old guy in Colorado.