Even though we’ve long since moved on to the Aventador as being the ultimate Lamborghini, the Murcielago still remains one of the best-looking raging bulls ever.
Sure, we’ve all seen plenty of yellow Lamborghinis so far, especially Murcielagos. It’s an extremely conspicuous color and lots of people seem to think it matches the car’s flamboyant personality, which it does, obviously.
That being said, it’s also one of the most used colors in the Lamborghini realm, which is why some of us are actually tired of it. Besides, Bumble Bee kind of ruined it for some of us – thanks Michael Bay!
Of course, add a set of matte black ADV1 wheels and we might come around and say that there’s very little wrong with the way in which this car looks. The wheels measure 19×8.5 up front and a whooping 20×13 at the rear, which goes well with the Murcielago’s wide stance.
Performance-wise, this car had plenty of it. Throughout most of its life, it delivered between 640 and 670 PS and even went on to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in under 3 seconds, which is hypercar territory even in these modern times. And yes, we’re talking about the LP 670-4 SuperVeloce.
Still, this particular one does very little to offset the way we feel about another recently admired Murcielago, namely this apocalyptic drift machine.