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The Italian Automobile Star Lamborghini Murcielago Is Just Made To Fly

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The Lamborghini Murcielago is a somewhat intimidating car especially when the gullwing hung outwards as if it’s ready to fly. But it is this same beauty that makes it an outstanding supercar playing in its own league.

This is a particularly fast car that will rush your adrenaline in ways you might not be very comfortable with. For propulsion, the Murcielago depends on a V-12 6.2-liter engine with which it sprints from 0-60 mph in a precise 3.4secs.

It will go on to achieve a top speed of 205mph. For over forty years, Lambo has found good use of the V-13 engine, with several modifications, take place over time. Of special mention is the Murcielago LP640, in which the V12 became a 6.5 liter to gain a significant horsepower of 631 hp.

The Murcielago gets a special mention because it is offered in manual transmission and the Lambo’s E-gear is also part of it. The E-gear is hailed for its efficiency and ease of stress on overall combustion units.

This is a rather crazy car for everyday use but we guarantee you it is as practical and as and can pass for an easy sedan. It has a spacious boot and several instruments work just work easily inside.

For aerodynamics, the Murcielago begins with a sharp fascia, a needle-like front that looks like its nosediving.

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