Lamborghini Murciélago by Prindiville
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With carbon fiber present in almost every single part of the bodykit, the Murcielago boasts new taillamps and air vents. In fact, the British tuning company says it restyled every factory panel of the car, except for the front compartment lid, according to a report by Carscoop. However, the most impressive upgrade can be found in the interior, with lots of new things greeting the driver when stepping in.
Rich leather and hand-finished aluminum accents are surely the first things you'll notice inside the car. Tiny cameras installed in the exterior mirrors that sends live images on an LCD display mounted on the dashboard, a rear valance-mounted camera plus many other goodies are also included in the package. Additionally, the tuning house says that consumers can opt for whatever on-board entertainment and communication system they want.
"The standard plastic air vents aren't worthy of the rest of the interior, so although it was a complex and therefore costly procedure, we decided to manufacture replacements from aluminum. On their own these vents represent a significant proportion of the £10,000 (around US$16,000) cost of our interior 'jewellery pack', but it's all part of the price of doing the job properly," the company's founder Alex Prindiville was quoted as saying by the aforementioned source.
Pricing details are yet to be release but, since the package is exclusively addressed to Murcielago owners, a price tag of several grands is most likely to be confirmed.
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