Defacing a perfectly beautiful supercar is a crime, even if the vandalism falls under what’s being called ‘artwork’ these days.

This Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 was given a full tuning program by Canadian-based tuning firm, SR Auto Group, with the use of Hamann aerodynamic parts, including side skirts and front lip, 20-inch Pur One Monoblock wheels, and a state-of-the-art sound system. Sounds awesome, right?

Well, it would’ve been if they didn’t deface the beautiful Lamborghini with some ill-conceived artwork. We’re all proponents of freedom of expression around here, but let’s face it, there’s noting inherently appealing about doodling and drawing what-have-you’s on a Murcielago LP640.

Some people might view this as an artistic interpretation of creativity. Unfortunately, we’re not one of those people. As far as we’re concerned,
this type of artwork should be best reserved on the back pages of a college notebook, not on a six-digit supercar like the Murcielago.

And those random puzzle pieces all over the car? Oh, dear Lord.


Source: L4P

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  (553) posted on 03.24.2011

What are they doing with the Murcielago? I think putting some kinder drawing on the car is one of the lamest ideas I’ve ever known. OMG! I think my sister has a better drawing than this. They are just running the face of the Murcielago! 

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