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Lamborghini Murcielago: New spy shots of the V12 successor

Lamborghini Murcielago spy shots

We found some fresh spy shots of the 2011 successor of the Lamborghini Murcielago. A must see!

The classic wedge shape, that’s characterised Lambos since the 1973 Countach, is intact and the rear deck appears even more sloping today in a homage to the classical teardrop shape.

Big air scoops, too. Is the new Lambo mid-engined, V12 etc etc?

Spot on. The V12 – expected to be equipped with direct injection now – is again mounted amidships, and the plethora of cooling vents peppering the bodywork suggests it’s a big lump with a hungry appetite for oxygen. And the second, rear spy photo shows off the mother of all central exhaust pipes.

At the front we can see more clearly the Reventon-inspired front end, with large angular air intakes dominating the visage. We’re assured the scissor doors remain.