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.
So you want a Lamborghini Murcielago, but you think it's a bit too tame, safe and common. Well, have we got the solution for you!
Last Saturday in Michigan, a Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 speared off the road at high speed and into a line of trees, crashing and burning to a charred heap. The driver may have been racing against a Toyota.
Jay Leno is a cool dude, but his head-to-toe denim outfits make us question his fashion sense. It also makes us believe that he's driving a pink Murci to Pebble Beach.
The driver of a Black Lamborghini Murcielago lost control and crashed into an Italian motorcycle dealership outside of Como this past week.
Hard as it might be to believe it seems there are actually some people who don't care for the sound of a revving Lamborghini V12—as one Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 driver recently discovered on the streets of London. Warning: NSFW Language
Japan is often the source of ridiculously over the top supercar modifications. Sometimes the results are manifested in something like the insane genius of RWB Porsches, but more often the Japanese tendency to throw subtlety to the wind when modifying an expensive car results in something like this—a leopard print…
When Lamborghini replaced the legendary Diablo with the Murcielago in 2001 they ended the model's 11 year run with 40 individually numbered Special Edition cars. The final 40 cars were all individually numbered Diablo 6.0 VTs equipped with AWD and a 550 horsepower V12.
It's the kind of story we're programmed to love and report: Man wins Lamborghini Murcielago, man drives Lamborghini, man wrecks Lamborghini six hours later. You'd think he'd be heartbroken, right? He's taking it well. Maybe it's because wrecking the Lamborghini was the best thing that could have happened to him. Could…
What would you do if you got your hands on a Lamborghini Murcielago? For most of us the answer is simple—hoon the shit out of it. For many of the people who actually end up owning these sort of cars the answer seems to be let them sit or crash them.
No matter what part of the world you are in crashes resulting from driver error and self induced fire are two of the leading causes of supercar destruction. It appears to be a combination of both that ended the life of this Lamborghini Murcielago LP640.
When Jeremy Clarkson hit 207 mph in a Lamborghini Murcielago in the April 2008 episode of Top Gear it wasn't actually Clarkson hitting the number, unnamed sources tell The Daily Mail, but rather Formula 3 driver Aaron Scott. But we thought Top Gear was a documentary!?!
The serious amount of flat pink used to paint this unfortunate Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SuperVeloce with the low-digit Arabic plates may be explained by royal family colors, the way all those turquoise supercars around the Harrods department store in London carry Qatari blue, but it’s most likely just a…
This photo provided by a reader shows car crime on the level of taking your Lamborghini to Best Buy to get a stereo (or DVD player or iPad) installed. Because it's someone taking their Lamborghini Murcielago to Best Buy for a stereo installation.
Imagine you're the size of a soda can, and a 670 hp Lamborghini Murciélago passes over your head at 100 miles per hour. Watch out for those tires, little guy.
Speed is addictive, which may explain why the owner of this Lamborghini Murcielago decided to tussle with a BMW M5 as they both left the 2011 SuperGT race at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia this afternoon. As these exclusive before-and-after photos show, the Lambo loses.
We didn't call the photo of the NYPD searching a sliver Lamborghini Murciélago "racial profiling" because we don't know for sure what's going on in the photo.
Here's a tip for any New Jersey residents planning to drive their expensive Lamborghini Murciélago to New York for next year's Puerto Rican Day Parade: don't do it unless you like a couple of plainclothes policemen deeply probing your car.