• Sep 30, 2010
Lamborghini Murciélago by Status Design – Click above for high-res image gallery

The Lamborghini Jota might not be coming to the Paris Motor Show this week, but that doesn't mean tuners are finished playing around with the Murciélago LP640 roadster. Russia's Status Design has worked with BF to tweak the Murc in the automotive sunset of its life, with performance mods limited to just a sport exhaust. But there's alligator leather inside, a wicked sound system, carbon fiber ladled throughout, and get a load of that tangerine. It's all in the gallery of high-res photos below. Press release is available after the jump, too.



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STATUS DESIGN Studio would like to present tuning kit for Lamborghini Murcielago

Tuning studio Status Design in association with BF-performance realized the new Lamborghini Murcielago project.

After restyling the car almost become like a modified version LP640, some details made in Status Design and some elements from BF-performance. Also after customization the car acquired a new, original and individual design, become a unique vehicle in the fashionable and technological style.

Exterior:
- BF-performance carbon hood installed;
- Front bumper spoiler BF-performance;
- Carbon headlights lashes;
- Carbon mirrors;
- Carbon side-moldings on the door pillar;
- Carbon engine cover;
- BF-performance sills with carbon moldings;
- Carbon air flue motor cooling in black;
- Back spoiler BF-performance;
- Rear bumper in the LP640 style;
- Sports exhaust system;
- Wheels painted in black matte color with an orange stripe;

Interior:
- Complete salon alterations, orange stitching;
- Seats are sewn by exclusive alligator leather, painted in orange;
- Formed aeronomik of the steering wheel with an orange and black carbon moldings;
- Armrest in black and orange carbon
- The central tunnel in the salon is decorated with orange carbon

Audio system:
- Player Macintosh 40.01;
- The front speakers Helix Brax Matrix;
- Back speakers Helix RS;
- Subwoofer;
- Amplifier Audison VRX 420.6;
- Acoustic and line wires Furutech and Audinot;
- Condenser Helix;
- A full interior soundproofing


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      • 4 Years Ago
      It's not an LP640
      • 4 Years Ago
      That's a bad way to go out...
        • 4 Years Ago
        Oh dear what a ricer.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Oh, I love the Yak-27 in the background of two fo the images!
      • 4 Years Ago
      I still think the LP640 was one of the best looking Lambos ever. It will be sad to see it go...I hope they replace with something better looking than the Sesto Elemento...
      • 4 Years Ago
      Might have actually looked better in my opinion if they left the bonnet in orange with the grey sills/front spoiler etc.

      Dislike the "eye shadow" and fake front vent too.

      Less is more sometimes.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I agree.
        For a carbon hood to be esthetically pleasing (however not the main reason to have one) it needs to break nicely against the natural lines of the car. As the headlights of a car creates such distinct lines, it must be taken into consideration. The black eyeshadow effect here does more damage than good.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Atrocious.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Wow that car is just simply amazing! Imagine just owning and driving it when ever you feel like
      • 4 Years Ago
      These cars look best in those flats or matte finishes Lambo offers. No car however looks good painted like a Punky Brewster/Great Pumpkin love child.

      The poor thing.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Suitably tacky for your average Russian oligarch.
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