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Spotted in China: Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670–4 SV China Limited Edition

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An extremely rare Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670–4 SV China Limited Edition, seen in a second hand super car shop on the Beijing Tuning Street in the east of the Capital. The SV China Limited Edition was a limited edition Murcielago based on the already very limited SV. Only ten examples were made and all were sold in China.

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The SV China Limited Edition came with happy extra stuff such as stealthy-gray paint, orange-black racing stripes, stealthy-gray alloys, orange brake pads, a stealthy-gray carbon fiber wing, and SV China Limited Edition badges inside. Power was the same as on the ‘standard’ SV; a mighty 6.7 liter V12 with 661hp and 660nm, good for a 336 km/h top speed and 0-100 was gone in 3.2 seconds. No speed limits for the China Limited Edition!

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Brake pads best part of car. The Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670–4 SV China Limited Edition debuted on the Beijing Auto Show back in 2010. All ten cars were sold out in no time but we sadly almost never see any riding around. Over the many years we only met four, in three times: Chengdu, Chengdu (another one), and a double in Guangzhou.

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‘Aeropack’ wing was optional. Without the wing top speed was 342km/h, but nobody cared about 8 more, all customers ordered the big wing on! This particular car was not for sale, it was just standing there to be pretty and to show off, which it certainly did very well…

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Evil…

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I found another of these in Beijing and took a few pictures. Found it at the owners open garage and took pictures through the gate. Should i send some pictures or is it too much of an evasion of privacy?

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