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By Cars.com Staff
March 4, 2010
Vehicle Overview The Murcielago LP 640 is the larger of the two models offered by Lamborghini (the other is the Gallardo). Murcielagos come in coupe and roadster styles. Both the Murcielago and Gallardo have an exterior and interior personalization program called Ad Personam.
New for 2010 A new LP 670-4 SuperVeloce joins the lineup with more power, a larger rear wing, revised styling and reduced weight. Like the rest of the Murcielago lineup, it has standard all-wheel drive.
Exterior The Murcielago has a wedge-shaped profile and features scissors-style doors hinged above the front wheel wells. Other than the steel roof and door panels, the coupe's bodywork is composed largely of carbon fiber and is built over a frame made of high-strength steel tubing. The roadster features a canvas roof.
The mirrors are mounted on long arms so the driver can see beyond the prominent rear fenders. They can be folded back electronically. A number of visible air intakes and vents help cool the engine and the brakes. Two active intakes at the rear use a Variable Airflow Cooling System that permits changes in the aperture to accommodate different driving conditions. The rear spoiler can move into three distinct positions.
18-inch wheels with performance tires
Auto-dimming, heated mirrors
Bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge headlamps
Centered, chrome-finished exhaust
LP 670-4 SuperVeloce has unique front styling and a larger rear wing for added high-speed stability
Interior Two occupants get leather-upholstered seats. The driver faces a three-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel. All instruments are grouped on a single, electronically controlled panel.
Ad Personam's interior offering on the Murcielago is a unique, untreated leather interior that will age and — intentionally — change color over time. An interior Carbon Package is optional.
Available leather or Alcantara simulated suede upholstery
Leather dash, headliner and door trim
Chrome, piano black or carbon fiber interior accents
Automatic climate control
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Optional navigation system
Optional Alcantara headliner
LP 670-4 coupe has standard carbon fiber sport seats and Alcantara upholstery and headliner
Under the Hood Lamborghini says the Murcielago can roar from zero to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed beyond 205 mph. Lamborghini's six-speed manual transmission can be operated by an "E-gear" system that eliminates the clutch pedal. This gearbox delivers electrohydraulic sequential shifting. Twin paddles on the steering column yield upshifts and downshifts, while a Reverse button is mounted on the dashboard.
The Murcielago can be equipped with carbon-ceramic brakes. Weight distribution is 42 percent in the front and 58 percent at the rear. Thanks to reduced drivetrain and body weight, the LP 670-4 tips the scales roughly 220 pounds lighter than the LP 640.
632-horsepower, 6.5-liter V-12 with 487 pounds-feet of torque (LP 640 coupe and roadster)
661-hp, 6.5-liter V-12 with 487 pounds-feet of torque (LP 670-4 SuperVeloce coupe)
Standard six-speed manual transmission
Optional six-speed automated manual transmission with manual-shift controls
Adaptive air suspension
Optional ceramic brakes
Safety Safety features include:
Antilock brakes with Brembo calipers
Integrated rollover protection (on roadster)
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