This may not be quite as dramatic of a reveal as the Audi R8 Dione done by SR Auto Group, but pictures of the Canadian tuner’s next project – the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Project Dakhan – seem to speak for themselves in terms of aesthetic beauty. Of course, this was a simple task considering the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 is a hot car all on its own. So far, SR Auto Group has added ADV1 (model ADV.1 05) rims which seem to be the only teasing addition to the super car except for the sleek, and always pleasing, all black exterior.

Any other modifications made under the hood, or otherwise, have been sealed tight. However, the subtle changes made to the vehicle at this point were enough to pique our interest, especially since we have seen plenty of projects done by SR Auto Group that have exceeded our expectations, such as the Audi S5 Typhon and the Audi R8 V10 Project Valkyrie. Coincidentally, both of these projects also came in all black mode possibly suggesting a future trend for our Canadian friends.

We’ll keep you posted on any other details we can scrounge up for this hot little Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Project Dakhan.

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Source: SR Auto Group

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5 comments:

  (553) posted on 03.24.2011

i think the paint job is bit different from the traditional matte color. I wonder what was that modification that they have made on the hood.

  (534) posted on 11.15.2010

Lamborghini model are all the same...i can’t see any difference (of course except the specs) but I just wonder ..did they do that so that it would be easy for them to identify easily...but it was a damn excuse though..I’m commenting in TopSpeed for almost many months form now and I bit tried of the looks of the Lamborghini.

  (515) posted on 11.8.2010

There is no explanation against these facts. Now I know why a friend of mine sold his Lambo and told nothing to anyone.

  (221) posted on 11.5.2010

I can’t think where they got inspiration for this kit from

  (129) posted on 10.11.2010

i heard they make right turns by themselves and catch fire really nicely too.

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