Sometimes it feels good to be bad. If you have ever empathized with Tony Montana, allow us to explain why the world needs automotive antagonists. It offers no apologies for styling or performance, and that is how it brought the brand into the modern era. We have had the opportunity to sell countless versions of these raging bulls, and here is why it should be your next car.
In our travels among the Italian exotic community, Murcielago owners share a unique camaraderie. Unlike the Aventador, the Murcielago is not over-engineered. Oil changes and a majority of routine service can be done in your driveway. Instead of an integrated infotainment system that cannot be modified, the Murci has a normal single DIN radio and 4 speakers. Upgrading to aftermarket audio is easily done, and it will sound better than any new car on the market.
If you are in the market for a new Italian exotic, they are only available with two pedals. Manual transmissions are an endangered species, but Murcielago was built with a solid six-speed gearbox. Nothing comes close to the sound and feel of a gated shifter, and the clutch pedal is in the perfect location.
The Aventador is a great car, but it sacrifices low-speed acceleration because it is geared for land speed racing. Above 150 mph is where it really shines. But Murcielago has a shorter final drive, which puts more power to the ground at legal speeds. Aventador will not let you approach its limits thanks to several traction control and stability systems. Murcielago requires you to know how far it can be pushed.
Lamborghini produced 4,099 cars between 2001 and 2010 with several special editions and a Roadster. Styling and engines were updated in 2007 with the launch of the LP640, but the early cars have a cult following. If you need a supercar that keeps you connected to the road without breaking the bank, take a look at the great listing from our dealers to find the one that is right for you.