It’s finally come to an end, the last Lamborghini Murcielago has rolled off the line. The legendary supercar has been around for nearly a decade and during that time, 4,099 examples were made at the company’s Sant’ Agata, Italy Factory.

The very last model, an LP 670-4 SV, is headed to Switzerland, a country that just loves fast vehicles. At 4,099 total vehicles produced, this is by far the most popular twelve-cylinder Lamborghini of all time, which just goes to show you the turnaround that the Lambo has made in recent years.

The car launched in 2001 and it was the first time that Italian design and passion were mixed with German technology and engineering. The car was light on its feet, made from carbon fiber, and it actually drove fairly well, unlike Lamborghini models of old.

We are expecting to see a new Lamborghini arrive within the next couple years to replace the old Murcielago but until then, we can remember this beauty as one of the vehicles that turned the company’s fortunes around.


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  (553) posted on 03.24.2011

 Even if the Lamborghini decided to rolls of the Murcielago, this car would be written in the history. Recently, Lamborghini comes up with Aventador the successor of the Murcielago, and I think this car would be followed the foot steps of its predecessor and would be successful despite the tough competition in the market. 

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