Lamborghini is rumored to be readying a new Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SV. The supercar would be lighter and faster than the LP640, going 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds.

Could Lamborghini be putting the finishing touches on a Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SV? According to the forum FerrariChat, the all-wheel-drive Murciélago SV would be lighter and more powerful.

Early rumors have the car stripped of about 100 kg in weight compared to the LP640, and also with 30 hp more. 0-60 mph time could be in the ballpark of an astonishing 3.2 seconds. Although the picture shown is of the LP640, the LP670-4 SV would also be a bit more angular in style, with new air intakes on the hood next to the A-pillars, new side view mirrors and a larger bumper which remind the FerrariChat tipster of the Gallardo SL.

Two rear wings are available, with the smaller, standard spoiler capable of 212 mph (342 km/h). The larger wing brings the top speed down to 209 mph (337 km/h). Carbon fibre and interior revisions are cited as the main reasons for the weight reduction.

Inside, Lambo will be putting Alcantara to good use. A new steering wheel greets the driver. Outside, gazers will look upon a glossy black car with a matte-black lower edge. Big carbon/ceramic brakes should be visible through the wheel.

Expected to be introduced in March at either the Geneva Motor Show or the New York International Auto Show, the new Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SV should cost around 25% more than the LP640. That would make the price in the arena of US$424,250, but the tipster suggests the price in Singapore could reach as high as US$1.1 million. This likely final model of the Murciélago should be delivered in June.