Lamborghini LP670 Driving Experiences
Produced to mark the end of production on their flagship Murcielago model, the Lamborghini LP670 takes everything that made this such a well loved supercar in the 00s and turbo boosts it, with track honed engineering that bolsters the 6.5 V12 litre engine to an incredible 670 bhp with top speeds of just under 210 mph. Have a look below at the range of Lamborghini LP670 experiences we have available to book at venues across the UK here on TrackDays.
Drive a Lamborghini LP670 near me
As production on their long running and well loved Murcielago supercar drew to a close at the end of the 00s, Lamborghini unveiled a special variant on the model at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. The Lamborghini LP670 (or LP670-4 SuperVeloce to give it its full title) was the fastest such model from the Italian marque to that point.
The ‘SuperVeloce’ or ‘SV’ signia in its name reflects that, for it really is super fast. In fact, this had more in common with a track car than it ever did with a road car, such was its sheer power and performance that made this a model only for the most skilled driver to attempt to wrestle behind the wheel of.
And you discover why, for this is kitted out with the most powerful V12 engine around, a 6.5 litre to be precise that offers an astonishing 670 bhp, helping it to accelerate from 0 - 60 mph in a record breaking 2.8 seconds, with top speeds achievable in excess of 209 mph, making it a supercharged beast more than worthy of its credentials.
Cool Facts About the Lamborghini LP670
Such was the impact that the Lamborghini LP670 made when it went into production in 2010, that many - even the motoring press - were at a loss for words.
EVO magazine said in their review that ‘It is the one car that puts the fiercest Ferrari into perfectly focused perspective … it could even be the ultimate supercar.’
Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson, writing for The Sunday Times, stated the LP670 was ‘brilliantly bonkers … this insane raging bull … has upped the power by 30 bhp, and lightened the car by 100 kg. It is every bit as mad as its predecessors.’