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Overpriced Much? Gated Manual Lamborghini Murcielago Asks $1 Million

There are only a handful of Lamborghini Murcielago LP640s in North America with the stick shift


by Brad Anderson

6 hours ago

 Overpriced Much? Gated Manual Lamborghini Murcielago Asks $1 Million

  • The Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 with a six-speed manual transmission is a rare and highly sought-after version.
  • It is being offered for sale by a Canadian dealership for a staggering $1,022,733 (CA$1,399,990).
  • This high price tag reflects the car’s rarity, low mileage (10,283 km), and desirable options.

Unlike the Lamborghini Murcielago’s numerous limited-edition variants, the LP640 wasn’t one of them. However, rare examples equipped with the six-speed manual transmission have become some of the most sought-after and valuable Murcielagos on the market.

This specific LP640 is a 2007 model finished in a mesmerizing shade of Blu Ely. While the exact number of manual-transmission LP640s remains unknown, estimates suggest only a few dozen exist worldwide, with a mere handful gracing North American shores.

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Unlike the vast majority equipped with the convenient E-Gear automatic, this rare manual variant has become a coveted collector’s item.

With the supercar’s rarity in mind, August Motorcars in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, is asking a staggering CA$1,399,990 (approximately US$1,022,733 at current exchange rates). That’s a mind-blowing figure given there are plenty of other Murcielago LP640s on the market trading hands for between $250,000 and $400,000.

The dealer says this car has only ever been driven 16,550 km (10,283 km). It includes optional bucket seats and the interior is upholstered in Bianco Polar white leather with diamond stitching. The Lamborghini is also laden with optional carbon fiber accents, including the center tunnel, door sills, driver zone, and engine cover. It has also been equipped with carbon ceramic brakes and includes embossed headrests and a Kenwood double-din head unit.

 Overpriced Much? Gated Manual Lamborghini Murcielago Asks $1 Million
Photos August Motorcars

Mid-engined supercars with naturally-aspirated V12s are a dying breed. Sure, the Lamborghini Reveulto and Ferrari 12Cilindri both have twelve cylinders but neither of them is offered with a manual gearbox.

The Murcielago’s 6.5-liter V12 also happens to be one of the best-sounding engines ever conceived and we can only begin to imagine what it must be like to experience with a stick shift.

If your pockets can handle it, you can check out the listing here for further details.

Photos August Motorcars

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