2018 Lamborghini Murcielago News And Info
2018 Lamborghini Murcielago. The historical V12 60-degree fly fighting bulls in various forms of curse nearly a century ago, will still sit under the skin severely. Lament of the new Lamborghini pro, the Vizarini Pizzarini no more.
The Lamborghini Murcielago, which expires in 2010, is the last application of the distinguished engine, and Lambo was determined to make sure it was good. In this context, we look at two more powerful Morcelagos for their last year of production – the 641-horse version of Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster and really crazy, Superfellus 661 hp.
Not that Lamborghini Murcielago needs any help. Audi was able to maintain the first Lamborghini, which was developed 10 years ago, and was moved from a 5-horsepower, 6-liter, 12-liter V12 engine when introduced through the 661 hp version 6. 5 liters will finish.
However, the base of the Coupe and Roadster should make due with a backward version of 631 hp, and push the two-seat Medingen to 60 mph in only 3.3 seconds with a 6-speed “E-Gear” automatic manual transmission. Choosing a Roadster or manual transmission will add one tenth of a second to a Gantt to 60, although you will rarely notice.
The name is translated as “bat” in Spanish, and it is clear “Rahma-i-lah-gu”. Only if you are Castellian, that is, where you can add to the LESP, and become the “Marthy-i-Llah-goo.” Indeed, the two new seats actually honors the Taurus of that name since 122 years challenged the best Barcelona Matador, surviving a degree of strikes Sword and live to mature age making other brave bulls. Either the proper explanation.
The Raging Bull is the trademark of the Lamborghini brand, but Lamborghini Murcielago moves like a bat from hell. Compared to the cars that preceded it, Lamborghini Murcielago is somewhat subtle in appearance, far less angular than the Contas, and not nearly as optimistic as Diablo. Despite that, it actually screams “I’m different”. Simply standing still, another line in Lamborghini has a raw visual power.
Park it and you’ll quickly draw a big crowd. Even while crawling through traffic, the heads turn when Murcielago goes. At speed, pedestrians are not likely to see too much. In fact, the most distinctive visual feature of the car is usually noticeable only when you run got flat.
The variable-flow cooling system, or air-conditioning system, is a two-stage air intake system that is installed at the back of the Murcielago greenhouse. In normal driving conditions, when the engine works cool, it stays flush with the rest of the body, reducing air drag. When the cooler temperatures rise – or the driver decides to convince the monitors and touches the button on the instrument panel – the threatened side scoops open pop.
The engine definitely generates heat. The Lamborghini Murcielago is installed on the back deck and is powered by an aluminum 6. 6-liter V-12 that features variable intake and exhaust cam, variable intake manifold geometry and four separate drive by throttle wires.
The 571-horsepower package is produced at peak, although most of its 479-lb-ft torque comes low. Even in the fifth, it got enough wood along in the crawl without falling or stopping. Compared to the old Diablo, this is an extra 0. 2 liter, 29 horsepower and 22 lb-ft of torque.
The Lamborghini Murcielago engine also sits two inches lower, thanks to the new dry swamp lubrication system. This means a less risky position. The manual gearbox has been improved significantly short throw since Diablo. For one thing, it now has a six-speed linkage system and is less likely to result in lost gears.
The body is widely used as a carbon fiber wrapped around a steel tube structure. Weight reduction is critical. How fast does all this translate into? Lamborghini claims that the new car will shoot from 0-100 km / h (0-62.5 mph) in 3.8 seconds. With a top speed of 205 mph and earlier this year, Lamborghini Murcielago maintained a very small number of this figure for 100 miles, capturing the international record for a production vehicle. (To accomplish the feat, the car was pulled randomly from the assembly line, and no modifications can be made before operation.)
The $300,000 Lamborghini Murcielago is the latest in a series of spectacular performance machines out of the medieval town of Modena. Some have called the old community “central speed”, the “Silicon Valley of speed” by others. No justified term for our houses more high-performance car panels than anywhere else in the world, including Ferrari, Maserati and their smaller competitors, Lamborghini.
In the 38 years since the first Lamborghini produced Lamborghini, his car produced 350GT, the automaker produced barely 2000 cars. The legendary Contas, a vehicle with a corner angle, is more famous than any Italian since Sophia Lorraine. It was replaced in 1990 by Diablo and now Lamborghini Murcielago, the tenth car “size” in a brief Lamborghini history.