Monday, April 20, 2009

Carbon Fiber Lamborghini Murciélago by Prindiville Prestige

British tuner Prindiville Prestige is offering the most expensive, special edition Lamborghini since the launch of the $1 million Reventon. Prindiville is renowned for creating one-off, custom-made cars and this completely restyled Murcielago LP-640 is one great example. The roadster has been redesigned from the ground up and the interior modifications alone were done for €330,000. These modifications include saddle-tanned leather, hand-finished aluminum accents and specially engineered aluminum air vents. The car has been upholstered in buffalo foreskins. Carbon fiber work is all the rage these days, so they did the whole outer bodywork in carbon fiber, excluding the front compartment lid. Valances, sills and louvers have been used for a shark-like appearance. Other notable upgrades include a titanium sports exhaust system, handle-less doors with remote electric opening, miniature cameras in the door mirrors and a restyled engine bay cover.

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