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Lamborghini Murcielago Successor Showcased to Select Customers

One of the hottest vehicles that is currently preparing to come to our world is the successor of the Lamborghini Murcielago. Every automotive enthusiasts in the world is dying to see Lambo’s upcoming V12 monster.

Well, we can tell you that, while you were dreaming about the vehicle all day long, the car was out there in the world. We literally mean “in the world”, as the vehicle has been on a world tour that had the aim to showcase it to select customers from global markets, as autocar reports.

The Italian automotive producer asked its dealers to make a list of the customers who should be offered a personal experience with the vehicle.

We’ve allowed the dealers to select which customers are invited instead of getting involved directly,” Stephan Winkelmann, Lamborghini’s CEO was quoted as saying by the aforementioned source. “They know who they need to invite because, in some cases, these are people they have been dealing with for many years.

Until Lamborghini decided to introduce the vehicle to the general public, or someone “allows” a photo to leak, we can only enjoy the powerplant & transmission of the Raging Bull’s upcoming creation.

The engine, which was presented last month, comes with a displacement of 6.5 liters and offers 700 hp & 690 Nm of torque (509 lb-ft). In addition to that Lambo has used weight-saving measures, with the unit tipping the scales at 235 kg (518 lbs).

As for the transmission, this is an automated manual unit with two shifting rods. The gearbox manages to combine blistering-fast shifting times with everyday usability.
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