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Edo Lamborghini Murcielago LP710 Audigier 2009

Car Name: Edo Lamborghini Murcielago LP710 Audigier 
Brand Nama: Lamborghini

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In cooperation with internationally acclaimed designer Christian Audigier, edo competition has pulled out all the stops to create the fastest Lamborghini ever made. The limited edition edo Lamborghini Murcielago LP710 Audigier, of which only five will be produced, is a vehicle engineered to the highest standards, combined with Christian Audigier’s unusual themes and unparalleled sense of color.

For those wishing to follow in the footsteps of international celebrities, there’s no way around Christian Audigier. With his luxury clothing label he is setting new standards in the fashion world, exemplified by the sparkling skull and pirate themes adorning his designer pieces. However, Christian Audigier’s creativity is not limited to fashion; it also translates to the world of automotive design, as evidenced by this latest cooperative effort.
Thanks to his inexhaustible imaginativeness, the matte black outer skin of the edo Lamborghini Murcielago LP710 has been completely restyled. However, it doesn’t end there! The redesigned interior is an impressive sight as well. Carrying the creative theme inside, the seats, door panels and center console have been upgraded using his exquisite designs.

The base car, a Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, is completely disassembled. The modifications to the engine, aerodynamics, wheels, tires, exhaust system and interior are made to measure at edo competition within a three month time frame.

Along with the purchase of the vehicle, the customer gets the opportunity to drive his edo Lamborghini Murcielago LP710 at the limit, either at the high speed oval in Papenburg, Germany or at Nardo, Italy. Upon request, our test driver and pro racer Patrick Simon will coach the proud owner at the race track. Undoubtedly a memorable experience at speeds of over 360 km/h (224 mph).

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