Lamborghini Murcielago Versace

The 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago Versace is a special edition tribute to two iconic design brands known globally: Versace and Lamborghini. It was inevitable they would come together to create such a beautiful coupe.

The 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago Versace was unveiled for the first time at Versace headquarters in Milan in June 2008. Designers from Maison Versace joined creative forces with the talented designers from the Lamborghini Design Centre (Centro Stile) to create the new super roadster.

Their efforts were supplemented by specialists working on the "ad personam" project. That’s Lamborghini’s personalization initiative. Basically, Lamborghini owners can specify what they want in terms of colors, equipment, and interior items.


The bodywork features carbon fiber, steel and aluminum parts. For maximum aerodynamics and cooling, the active air intakes mounted mid-body are electronically controlled. The same is true of the rear spoiler, which activates above a certain speed.


Versace’s signature motif is a “Greek key.” It is applied throughout the interior of the 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago Versace in surfaces for the door panels and seats. There is also a plaque with each model proclaiming that Gianni Versace couture stitched the leather found in the interior.

It’s appropriate that Versace’s couture would be involved to that level of detail. Couture means “the design and manufacture of fashionable clothes to a client's specific requirements and measurements.” That is identical to Lamborghini’s ad personam customization program.

The 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago Versace features cradle seats. They are covered in black and white leather. Both colors play important roles in the Versace design lineup. Nappa leather is used throughout the interior.


There’s nothing high fashion about the performance of this special edition Lamborghini. The mid-engine, V12, all-wheel drive 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago Versace delivers 631 horsepower at 8,000 rpm. A six-speed manual transmission is standard for this coupe. A 6-speed "e-Gear" automated sequential transmission with launch control is an available option.


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