The doors have yet to swing open at the Geneva Motor Show, but that small detail doesn't seem to be stemming the tide of embargo-smashing images and details of the eagerly anticipated new cars and trucks contained inside, including what may be the first picture of Lamborghini's latest piece of rolling artwork, the Murciélago LP 670-4 SV. Specifications for the new raging bull are still tough to come by, but a quick dissection of the car's name reveals a peak output of 670 horsepower and a
The Lamborghini Murcielago is an aging beast. Since its introduction in 2001, the big Lambo has bred a seemingly endless string of variants, including fixed-roof and open-top models, the upgraded LP640, Versace special editions and, of course, the seven-figure Reventon supercar. But before Sant'Agata replaces the Murcielago, it will debut what could be range's the ultimate rendition at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
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