Here is a unique Toyota MR2 that has been transformed into a Lamborghini Murcielago replica. In the past we have seen this car try to replicate models such as the Ferrari 460 Modeno Spider and Ferrari F430 Spider, however a larger Lamborghini proved to be much more difficult. This was a project from Bulgaria and is based on a second generation 1992 Toyota MR-2.
The German tuners from DMC have just released their Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce body kit which is based off the popular SV Edition. Starting off with the body kit, DMC redesigned the front and rear bumpers to increase downforce, then added a SV style diffuser. All these parts are made in pure carbon fiber by an Autoclave Vacuum oven. The exhaust you see exiting the rear holds a rear silencer, but customers have the option of extending the look with a sport metallic catalytic converter. Now let’s move onto the important facts, the performance tuning for the Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce come next.
Edo Competition always brings their best work to the table, this time with a Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, tuned to produce 750 horsepower and called the LP750. The most notable mention is the fact it can reach a top speed of 365 km/h or 227 mph. At the track, it was able to reach 100 km/h or 62 mph in just 3.1 seconds, 200 km/h in 9.7 seconds, and 300 km/h in 24.5 seconds. Customizations include modified cylinders, new intake system, hand-made manifold, revised air ducts, new free flow air filters, a high performance exhaust system, and a re-calibrated ECU to handle all these aftermarket parts. The exhaust system also features plasma coated stainless steel, and an optional remote controlled butterfly valve system.
The Russian tuning firm Status Design have revealed their latest project on the Lamborghini Murcielago. They teamed up with BF Performance to offer several exterior, interior, and audio upgrades for the exciting sports car. From BF Performance the car received a new bonnet, door sills, and rear spoiler, while Status Design installed their own front bumper, headlight surrounds, mirrors, side mouldings, and engine cover. All these performance parts were finished in carbon fiber, and the custom rear bumper fits a new sports exhaust system to finish off the look after adding new rims.
The tuning company at RENM Performance has released this new package for the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 called the Axiom. A Greek term meaning “being in balance” this Lamborghini received several upgrades for a custom look. Lightweight 19-inch carbon or forged three piece rims were installed, as well as few carbon fiber parts. These include new air intakes, sports filters, and carbon fiber styling for the interior. Performance is a main focus from RENM however, and this modified Murcielago was put to the test.
The German refining specialists at DMC have released the Quattro Veloce package for the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640. Included in the kit is a new carbon fiber front fascia, air intakes in the hood, front splitter, side wings, fuel filler cap, rear spoiler, and rear diffuser. Under the rear window you will notice a specially made red carbon cage for added support to the engine performance. After some DMC tuning to the Lamborghini Murcielago, they were able to squeeze 670 PS and 660 Nm of torque out of the supercar.
Reiter Engineering released this race built Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 R-SV last year and now decent pictures have finally surfaced on the web. This is a GT1 race-ready supercar that has been enhanced strictly for track use. Lowered just inches off the ground, the new Lamborghini Murcielago features an all new carbon outer skin aerodynamic kit, with a huge wing extending from the back. Also in the rear is the powerful 6.5-liter V12 engine capable of producing 670 PS and 660 Nm of torque. A new FIA-ECU from Magneti Marelli controls the engine management system, and the car meets all FIA 2010 regulations.
Prindville Prestige Lamborghini Murcielago is one of the top of the line supercars and luxury limos experiencing very great demand in the preceding years that resulted in record sales to the delight of manufacturers, but has on the other hand resulted in customers owning not so exclusive models. The rest of the panels, along with the roof, have been replaced and modified. Now the car comes with a more menacing front valance and highly attractive sills, a more active valance at the rear through which protrudes a uniquely designed titanium sports exhaust system, doors without handles equipped with remote electric opening, and a modified engine compartment cover that comes with see-through cooling louvers. Carbon fiber elegantly finishes all the body panels.
This Tuesday we bring a new modified Lamborghini in your attention. The guys from Prindiville, a UK based tuning company made a unique tuning package for the powerful Lamborghini LP640. They tried to make a one of a kind design and they changed almost everything at this car, even the roof panel. The front apron is bolder, more aggressive and with new eye-catching sills and a dynamic rear apron this Lambo looks a lot different than its stock version. They also installed a titanium sports exhaust system, handle less doors with remote electric opening and a restyled engine bay cover. The car’s interior was also modified and it was enhanced with rich leather and hand finished aluminium accents. Clients could request any on-board hi-tech systems and probably every customer will be impressed with the new door mirror camera system which was fitted in this Lamborghini.