This car is absolutely insane! It drives unbelievably, but has to be given the utmost respect or it really will bite back. The accelleration is near biblical (warp speed doesn't even began to describe this), it's road holding is out of this world. Yes, it looks like a demented origami project, but the soundtrack is something every petrolhead will never tire of. To put this car's speed in perspective, the only time I've travelled faster than this was on take off in a passenger airliner. I do believe the Boeing 747 just edges it - just! Yes, the Murcielago is frighteningly expensive to run and own, but for this level of performance, plus the side effect of never being without a date ever. What a motor!!
One of my good freinds owns a Dark Gray Murcielago which he has let me drive while he is away. The Murcielago is really quite a good drive the engine sounds exellcent and is one of the best things about it. It is very,very fast and when driving through the city centre a lot of heads turn but rear visibility is a big problem. In the cabin there is little room in the cramped racing seats and getting in and out of the car is made even harder by the weird doors which open upwards. overall the car is very good but i would rather buy an Aston Martin Vanquish S, or what i currently own a Ferrari 599.
The car has the best drive ever, although it costs the world to run.
The quality is good, but it also has to be lightweight. For practicality, it's useless, especially getting down ramps (I've got some horrible deep scratches underneath the front spoiler).
Equipment levels are alright, but you buy these cars for performance mainly.
the best to drive. You need to buy one.
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