After more than a dozen years on the market, Lamborghini’s devilishly sculpted Diablo coupe is fading into the sunset. It will be replaced by a brand-new, mid-engine model called “Murciélago,” a name purported to be taken from that of a famed fighting bull of the 19th century. The name goes on the latest version of a supercar from the well-known maker of exotic sports cars. After a world debut at Germany’s Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2001, the Murciélago made its initial North American appearance at Detroit’s auto show in January 2002. Read More
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