• Aug 15th 2007 at 2:26PM
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This is by no means substantiated in any way other than a forum post, but a member of the FerrariChat forum is reporting that Lamborghini will privately unveil a new supercar based on the LP640 Murcielago (shown) and costing $1.5 million to a select group at the Pebble Beach Concours this week. The rumor goes that 20 will be made, with 15 earmarked for the U.S., and that the new supercar's official unveiling will occur at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month. We have people on the ground at the Pebble Beach Concours this week with cameras ready in case a tent flap gets blown up by the wind, and we'll of course be in Frankfurt next month, as well. Just how powerful and fast this new Lambo will be, and whether the rumor is even true, is still unknown.

Thanks for the tip, Fred!

[Source: FerrariChat]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      That is a beautiful car. I'd be a little worried about the low ground clearance of the car.

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Let me guess...alcantara laid over the ENTIRE car!

      $1.5 million!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Twin Turbo V12, 900hp, 240mph, 0-60 3.2
      • 8 Years Ago
      If they add a twin turbo and boost the hp from 640 to 900 I would hope the 0-60 would be better than 3.2. The current LP640 already does between 3.3-3.4 so 3.2 would be hardly any improvement for such a hp and torque gain. How about under 3 at least.
      • 8 Years Ago
      At 20 units, that's limited for sure. For $1M+ though, it better have platinum panels and not junky brushed aluminum. Perhaps a 5 carat diamond shift knob?
      • 8 Years Ago
      They already have a $1m plus supercar. It's called the Bugatti Veyron (and to all you idiots out there, Lamborghini and Bugatti are both owned by VW).
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