2007 Lamborghini Murcielago Overview


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LP640 Coupe
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LP640 Roadster
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Big Bull In Hong Kong's Road by Thomas
 — This Murcielago LP640 is the coolest and fastest model built from Lamborghini (except Reventon), offering a V12 engine, 6496cc, 8000rpm, Manual 6-speed with E-Gear (Optional), acceleration of 3.4sec (... Read More
My Lamborghini Murcielago 2007 Roadster Review by Brent
 — I like everything about the car, the body the internal and external features, i even like the look of the wheels! The only thing i must say as i have owned and drove in one, the ride is extremely bum... Read More
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 — 640 horses custom leather and weave black on black e-gear tramission roaring exhaust drove it once in a parking lot terrible gas mileage so much money ... Read More

2007 Lamborghini Murcielago Overview

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2007 Lamborghini Murcielago

The 2007 Lamborghini Murcielago comes as an all-new, all-powerful 2-door LP640 coupe and matching roadster.  To say they're fast is bit like saying Oprah is well-off or  George Clooney is cute.  The 2007 Murcielago hits 640-hp (up 60-hp from 2006) with its 6.5-liter, V12 engine and 6-speed manual transmission.  An E-gear clutchless paddle shifter transmission is optional.  Top speeds for this race car have been recorded at 211 mph.  
Both coupe and convertible get a few makeovers for 2007, designed to improve aerodynamics.  These include a new front and rear fascia, an improved suspension, new 18-inch wheels, new taillights, and a larger driver's side scoop for the oil cooler.  
Other 2007 Murcielago features remain intact, including swing-up doors, the adjustable rear spoiler, folding mirrors (to reduce wind resistance), and self-adjusting side scoops.  All-wheel drive and ABS brakes are standard.  Optional ceramic brakes are supposed to improve braking performance and be more durable.  Inside, everything is oriented towards one person -- the driver, of course.  A new instrument panel is more stylish and easy to use.  Leather seats, power everything, and a front console are all standard.
With the current version of the convertible, it is not recommended drivers go above 100 mph when the top is up, because it might blow off.  Lamborghini is working on a revised roof to solve that problem.


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