Cheapest raging bull is now £125,000; priciest is £211,000
11 January 2007

If you're the sort of person who can afford one, having to pay a few thousands pounds extra for the Lamborghini you're after isn't likely to influence your buying decision too much. So uniquely exotic and desirable are these Italian supercars that their maker could almost charge what it wanted.

Today, however, Lamborghini UK has announced list price increases on all its current models, as well as the first UK price on the new Murcielago LP640 Roadster, so if you're planning on remortgaging your house to get into one this year, these are figures you'll need to know.

This year Lamborghini is asking its UK customers to pay an extra £4000 for a Gallardo (an '07 model year Gallardo coupe rises to £125,000, and the Spyder to £135,000), and an extra £2000 for a Murcielago LP640 coupe (or £192,000).

The new Murcielago LP640 Roadster will be priced at £211,000 when it appears in British showrooms in April. However, that only makes it the fourth most expensive roadster on sale in the UK, after the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead, the Pagani Zonda Roadster and the Bentley Azure. A bargain then; we'll take two.

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