German race team launches its own SV
24 July 2009

In case the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV wasn’t hardcore enough for you, German racing team Reiter Engineering has launched its own road-legal version of the recently released hypercar.

The SV's 6.5-litre V12 engine remains, although there is no word from Reiter as to whether it has boosted its 663bhp and 487lb ft.

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The Murciélago Strada concept has even more carbonfibre than the standard SV, with additional use on the front splitter, rear diffuser and rear wing.

Reiter has also added race-ready suspension, brake-system and a sports exhaust, alongside new lightweight alloy wheels.

Inside, there is an Alcantara finish along with Reiter-designed sport seats and a carbon-covered fire extinguisher. An optional roll cage can also be added, which can be coated in Alcantara.

No price or on-sale details have been released by Reiter, but expect the car to cost more than the £270,000 SV, should it make production.

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