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Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV . . This is my latest creation: the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV. The LP670-4 SV is an impressive car. Built as the final, meanest version of Lamborghini's already-badass Murcielago, the LP670-4 SV is also the latest version of Lamborghini's fabled SV line - a name reserved for only the most insane cars (bulls?) to roll out of Sant D'Agata. Its performance doesn't betray its crazy looks - with a monstrous 670 HP V12 and 4 wheel drive, this bull has the ability to leave all adversaries choking in dust and exhaust fumes (500g of CO2 per KM!)at the drag strip. 0-60MPH comes in just 3.2 seconds, the quarter mile comes in 10.9 seconds, and the car can continue all the way to 213 MPH. Despite all this, around the corners, the big Lambo is surprisingly agile - the LP670-4 SV, at just 1560KG, is nearly 100KG lighter than the regular Murcielago. As a result, its track times are equally impressive as any other part of the car: 1:19.0 on the Top Gear track, equalling that of the legendary Ferrari Enzo. As you can see, the LP670-4 SV is a fantastic, absolute beast of a car.And now, I've tried my best to recreate it in Lego, in 16-wide. It's my first attempt at such a large scale, (It's my biggest creation yet) and I must admit, I'm quite proud of it. So, enjoy! Credits for the various techniques used go to: Firas-Abu Jaber for the overall shape, Jens for the engine cover and SV-ness, and Patrick L for the headlights from his 6-wheeled Lambo. Interior Pictures The V12 engine Bye!


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