Think the 640 hp of the stock Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 isn’t enough?; Then turn to Edo Competiton’s Murciélago LP710/2 – a tuned bull with substantial power.
As the name suggests, the German tuner was able to coax a whopping 710 hp from the 6.5-liter V-12. Courtesy of an all-new exhaust system, modified cylinder heads and custom camshafts, the engine is also able to throw down 516 lb-ft of torque – 29 lb-ft more than a stock LP640.
Edo claims the LP710/2 can reach 62 mph in 3.2 seconds (0.2 seconds faster than a LP640) and a top end of 224 mph.;
We wish buyers the best of luck launching the car that quickly.; Edo’s stripped the car of its all-wheel-drive system, sending all that power only to the rear wheels while saving 88 pounds of weight in the process.
In an attempt to channel that power, Edo’s fitted the car with 19-inch alloy wheels, Contintental V-max high-speed tires, and a new rear wing.
So what’s it all cost?; The entire LP710/2 conversion runs $77,000, and that’s on top of the LP640′s $339,000 base price.