Lamborghini, one of Italy's premiere Supercar builders, has been at the forefront of the legendary automobile creation since the early 70's when they released their Countach. An Iconic emblem of Italian speed. For 2011, Lamborghini is back at it again, taking all the soul of the Countach, from its scissor function doors, to the huge V-12 engine, not to mention the sky high price, and have transplanted it into the Murcielago, the current flagship supercar for the company. Even in its standard form, the Murcielago sports 6.5 liver V-12 engine screaming in the driver's ears as it develops a tire shredding 632 horsepower. This monster power plant is located just behind the driver's seat and sending its power to all four wheels through either a 6 speed manual or Lamborghini's "e-gear" which is their Auto clutch manual option. An even more powerful option is available however, in the Super Veloce edition. Here, the power is bumped up to 661 horses. While primarily a coupe, a roadster edition is offered as well, though only 50 of these topless models will be produced.
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