Video: Underground Racing's flame-spitting Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce

If the name ‘Underground Racing’ ever finds its way into a dictionary, you can be sure that the its definition would probably include a photo or two of some of those ridiculous Lamborghinis the tuning house has tinkered with over the years.

Not one to disappoint its followers, Underground Racing is at it again. This time, the object of their affection – and toolboxes, for that matter – is a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce . It goes without saying that tuning an already divine supercar is a slap in the face to all other sports cars in the world, especially one that’s already as powerful as a LP670-4 SuperVeloce. But Underground Racing never seems to be content with anything Lamborghini has already done, determined to get every single ounce of power the car can offer. The result is a performance package that boosts the supercar’s 6.7-liter V12 to over 1,100 horsepower. Before you go bananas over that number, here’s another one that should send you back to earth. The entire package starts at $129,000.

A lot of us don’t have the money for the UG package, let alone for an LP60-4 SuperVeloce. But thanks to the wonder that is the Internet, we can watch a teaser video of the superduper car, complete with flames coming out of its exhaust.


I think they should paint the lower bumper yellow. As it is it blends in with the shadows and looks pretty awkward.

After all, it’s not like it is Ferrari or Aston Martin - this car (and the whole brand for that matter) is not a race-designed or luxury-oriented. It is just an expensive car (with no track history, or any history at all, mind ya) for people that want attention when they pull to the valet parking downtown.

It could use a better wing, IMO. Not necessarily a more subtle one, but less tacked-on looking.

i don’t think it looks tacked on at all. it matches the matte black color scheme of the other Aeroflot pieces and rear end area.

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