As a fitting tribute to one of its most successful models, Lamborghini commemorated the Murcielago ’s end of production with a special exhibition and parade along the streets of its hometown in Sant’Agata Bolognese.
First built in 2001, the Murcielago enjoyed tremendous success from Lamborghini fans and supercar aficionados, spawning a number of different variations including the 2008 LP640 Roadster Versace Edition , the 2009 LP650-4 Roadster , and the 2009 LP670-4 SuperVeloce . After nine years in production, Lamborghini officially ended the supercar’s production on May 11, 2010.
To celebrate the occasion, Lamborghini rolled out a lot of its iconic V12 models for the exhibition and parade. Among the cars participating in the event included some of Lamborghini’s finest like the 350GT , the Miura , the Countach , and the Diablo , all of which served as escorts to the Murcielago SuperVeloce that went out of Lamborghini’s factory and out into the streets of Sant’Agata for its ceremonial “last ride”.