I’d assume that a supercar like the Lamborghini Murcielago LP650-4 Roadster, of which only 50 were ever built, would be left in pristine factory condition. Apparently I’m a fool. The anonymous Beverly Hills owner of the N02/50 Murcielago LP650-4 Roadster took the already beautiful car and made some amazing modifications.
As soon as he took possession of the rare Italian supercar, the owner went ahead and transformed the Raging Bull model according to his taste.
All 50 Murcielago LP650-4 Roadsters were finished in a gray shade accented by orange styling touches, something that the owner didn’t like. The supercar was stripped down to the metal and the complete interior was removed in order to apply a matte black paint job with gloss black highlights.
The roadster was also fitted with a set of custom made, 19-inch GFG three-piece forged alloy wheels with a glossy black outer lip, matte black center and orange highlights. The rims are shod in Pirelli P-Zero 245/30/19 front and 355/25/19 rear tires.
Other mods include a one-of-a-kind audio system with Focal Utopia KIT 7 component 3-way speakers that are powered by two Alpine PDX series amplifiers totaling over 1600 watts of power, and an Escort SRX radar detector with the main controller mounted on the center console.
The bespoke Lambo keeps the factory model’s 6.5-liter V12 mid-mounted engine with 650HP intact.
Overall the car looks amazing and looks incredibly fast just standing still.