It's more than a new Aventador.
While the Lamborghini Aventador is the Raging Bull’s current V12-powered supercar, the Lamborghini Murcielago was the previous one and is a different animal. To keep up tradition, Lamborghini created an even more powerful and track-focused version of the Murcielago—the Murcielago LP670-4 SV. Unlike the common Murcielago LP640, the SV’s 6.5-liter V12 produces a spine-tingling 661 hp and weighs 220 lbs. less. Only 186 units were ever made with 38 coming to the US. Three of the 38 were painted in matte black and one of them is on sale.
This incredible example is finished in Nero Nemesis (matte black) and only has 932 miles on the clock. So it’s barely been driven in its five years of existence. In addition to the striking paint job, the SV’s exterior has a massive carbon fiber rear wing, carbon ceramic brakes with yellow calipers and the SV badges have been finished in the same yellow color as the calipers. The supercar’s interior features the special order Ad Personam package with Alcantara and carbon fiber. With only three in existence, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Car Exotics in the US is asking $574K for the supercar. That's more than a new Aventador, but much less than some other examples we've seen.