To celebrate the end of production for the Murciélago, Lamborghini recently organized a parade in its hometown of Sant’Agata Bolognese.
In attendance were such Lambo icons the the 350 GT, numerous Countach and Diablo models, a Murciélago SV and of course the Miura.
The Murcie ceased production on May 11 of this year and Lamborghini is expected to debut its new flagship supercar at the Geneva Auto Show in March, sporting a carbon fiber chassis and a new V12 engine capable of 700-hp. The new car is believed to use the name Aventador.
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