Was the Murcielago the Last Great Lamborghini?


When you think about it, it's entirely possible.

We miss the Lamborghini Murcielago, because there’ll never be anything quite like it ever again. Well, at least from Lamborghini. Why’s that? Because the Italian supercar builder no longer offers a six-speed manual with its V12 flagship. The Aventador is a fine thing, but some say it’s almost too refined for what a Lamborghini should be. The Murcielago debuted in 2001 as the successor to the Diablo, and despite having all-wheel- as opposed to rear-wheel-drive, it was still a difficult car to handle. And that’s what helped to make it so great.

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