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by Richindian from Chennai, India | October 16, 2009
This car is quite definitely the best super car there is for the price you pay. Quite simply put, no other car offers the rush of adrenaline that this car does. I have one ferrari F430 and this one, and the lambo most definitely is the winner (maybe because of the bigger engine probably). But all in all this car is definitely worth the buy because of the heritage of the company and because of the pure passion that has been quite evidently put into making this atrociously devilish lambo.