An extremely well kept example of Lamborghini’s made-to-order Murcielago LP640 Roadster VERSACE with only 1,211 miles (1,949 km) on the odometer, has surfaced on eBay for an asking price of $635,777 or approximately €467,758 at today’s exchange rates. That’s far less than the car’s original one million dollar price tag.
The Roadster version of the Murcielago Versace Edition came to life in the summer of 2008, two years after the introduction of the coupe model in 2006. The Murcielago LP640 Roadster VERSACE was an “ad personam” project, meaning that Lamborghini was ready to meet any special desires that clients might have had.
Powered by the same 6.5-liter V12 engine as the stock LP640, the VERSACE edition features a transparent engine hood and bespoke interior. The seats are clad in black and white leather, while the instrument panel, doors and central console are wrapped in full grain nappa leather, hand-embroidered with the Versace Greek fret motif.
The Italian supercar also comes with a host of accessories, such as the Versace luggage set, crafted in black matte calf skin.
There’s no word about the luggage set in the ad, but it does say that the car has Versace-stitched Nero Porseus leather seats and carbon fiber-trimmed interior, the latter being an optional feature. Furthermore, the first client opted for the E-gear transmission instead of the standard six-speed manual, a premium infotainment system and ceramic brakes.
Check out the extensive gallery below to see the fine details of this rare gem.
By Csaba Daradics