Did you know that there was an official Lamborghini and Versace collab supercar? No? Yeah, me either. In fact, there were 20 of them and one of them has been put for sale.
What you see here is a 2012 Lamborghini Murciélago Versace Coupe. It is numbered 8 of 20 and it was first registered in 2012 with just one owner to its name.
It has barely traveled, having clocked a mere 10,000 kilometers (6,214 miles) on the odo. Though it is worthy to note that the car was built in 2008.
According to the listing, this particular example was ordered with BF Performance upgrades, which includes a valvetronic exhaust, that bumps up the 631 HP from the naturally aspirated 6.5L V12 to 680 horses.
It further boasts optional carbon fiber aerodynamic package and Reventon wheels.
As far as Versace goes, touches of the Italian designer label are unmissable. The most obvious being the Italian luxury brand’s Medusa’s head logo and the iconic meander, aka Greek lines, which can be found as a racing livery on the exterior as we as in the two-tone cabin.
And then there’s, of course, the requisite silver plaques denoting the vehicle’s edition.
Rounding up the Versace branding is a special Versace badge at the rear of the vehicle.
The price, however, is not publicly listed.
Images: Bob Forstner.
Source: Robb Report.