Edo Competition Unleashes a Murcielago

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Think the Lamborghini Murcielago is finished? Not quite because some tuning firms still haven't given up on the aging supercar. Just as the new Aventador is about to be revealed, German tuner Edo Competition has completed a new tuning package for the Murcielago LP640. Now designated the LP750, output is at-you guessed it - 750 hp and 546 lb-ft of torque.

Engine modifications include upgraded cylinder heads, a high flow air box, intake system, exhaust system, and an ECU remap. Interestingly, customers have the option of choosing to keep the standard all-wheel drive or for the tuner to convert it to rear-wheel drive, resulting in a weight reduction of 88 lbs. Performance is also improved, with the LP750 going from 0 to 62 mph in 3.1 seconds with a top speed of 227 mph. The exterior features a tuner installed aerodynamics package that supposedly enhances high-speed stability.

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Exact pricing wasn't announced, but if you're seriously in the market, it'll be well worth it to wait for the Aventador which will be making its official debut in just a couple weeks at Geneva.

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