Meet chassis 022 of only 186 Lamborghini Murcielago SVs built by the Italian supercar manufacturer, and at the same time, one of just 28 RHD Murcielago SVs.
According to Super Veloce Racing (SVR), this is one of the rarest Lamborghinis in existence and it’s currently located at their Buckinghamshire showroom.
When it came to the Murcielago, ‘SV’ meant no fewer than 670 PS (661 HP), a six-speed semi-automatic E-gear transmission and an aggressive aerodynamics package. This particular one also came with optional enlarged air vents and additional vents adjacent to the engine cover.
Furthermore, it has the full factory-order carbon-fiber package which includes carbon brakes with additional cooling exiting in front of the mirrors, a carbon fiber ‘Aeropack Wing’ and a double-deck diffuser. If that’s not eye-catching enough, look closer at the fluorescent Giallo-yellow paintwork, SV graphics, gloss black alloys, Giallo-yellow brake calipers and carbon fiber & glass engine cover.
Inside, it’s a mainly dark atmosphere with carbon fiber and Alcantara seats, as well as trim with contrasting yellow stitching on the seats, floor and roof.
The car has been fully serviced throughout its life at official Lamborghini Service Centers and has covered only 15,646 miles (25,179 km). Unfortunately, pricing will only be revealed to those who submit their applications – which are now being accepted by Super Veloce Racing.