In the mid-2000s, Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 was the supercar of the generation, while model with a very small mileage recently appeared on sale in Britain...
This special Murcielago LP640 is a 2007 model and has been driven for only 317 kilometres, which makes it an example of this line with the lowest mileage on the planet. Moreover, it only had one owner in his career.
The car was purchased by Paul Bentley Limited House and was originally delivered on March 1, 2007 via Lamborghini Manchester dealership. This beautiful car is painted in a shade of black called Nero Aldebaran, which fits in impeccably and provides a perfect contrast to the original silver wheels, behind which are hidden yellow brake callipers. This paint seems to be completely free of stains of any kind and has a protective film to ensure its perfect appearance for many years to come.
A look inside the passenger cabin reveals leather finishes in a Nero Perseus tone, with cross stitching on the seats, panel doors and centre console. The model also has a leather sky and sun protection in the interior, and due to its small mileage, it is not possible to see any traces of use. It is definitely impossible to find another Murcielago LP640 model on the used supercar market that looks good like this one.
The seller's list confirms that the new buyer will receive the original service report, car order documentation, purchase invoice, original invoice and brochure, maintenance instructions, service book and warranty, spare keys, car tarpaulin and tool kit.