JB Car Design is no stranger to turning an already beautiful supercar into something completely out of the ordinary. And the German tuners are at it again with their latest offering for the Lamborghini Murcielago , the Bat LP-640.
The performance and styling package added to this Murcielago is not something that you can take lightly; it costs €88,000, which is about $123,500, or the cost of an Audi R8 . Given the stratospheric price tag, you would hope that JB Car Design has something explosive with their new tuning kit. Fortunately, they more than delivered on that end.
The package is only limited to 75 units and JB Car Design made sure that it’s going to be worth every penny the customer pays for it. Designed to resemble the Reventon , the Bat LP-640’s package comes with a new contoured front bumper that features more side air intakes. There’s also carbon fiber headlight covers, a carbon fiber front lip spoiler, new side skirts, a carbon rear diffuser, LED lights on the taillights, a set of three-piece 20” alloy wheels, a carbon fiber rear wing spoiler, and similar to the front bumper, a rear bumper with side air outlets.
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The car will likewise get a bump in power and output courtesy of a two-stage engine kit that shoots up the Murcielago’s pony power to either 710 horses or, if you’re looking for something more powerful, 750 horsepower. The engine upgrade also comes with its own customized exhaust system and sport catalysts.
As for the interior, JB Car Design made sure that the car gets the whole nine yards in terms of luxury treatment. Among the additions to the Murcielago’s insides include a carbon fiber trim, leather and Alcantara surfaces, a new steering wheel with the Lamborghini logo on it, and a state-of-the-art sound system that would put all others to shame.
All in all, the whole package turns the Murcielago into a wondrous piece of white Italian rocket. The price tag for the package is still a little expensive, but if it means that your Murcielago can look and perform as the German tuning house claims it can, then it could still be money well spent for those with enough cash to burn.