The collection of impressive numbers could go on for a while. For instance, we have 96 Sant-Agata Bolognese-made cylinders or 16 scissor doors. We don’t even want to know how many Raging Bull emblems are in this image.
Sure, the Murcielago has had its fair share of flaws. Perhaps the best example is the umbrella-like manual roof of the Roadster - if it starts raining, you’d probably be quicker running to a shop, buying a tent and erecting it around the car than putting the roof in place.
Fortunately, the issues were trampled by the Murcielago’s assets. The sheer insanity of the driving experience has something from those Lambos of the good old days. The retro Lamborghinis may have been impossible to see out of, among others, but they more than made up through the other sense - for example, the sheer smell inside a Miura SV is enough to make you want to start every morning in such an ambient.