After being officially revealed back in January this year, Lamborghini Murcielago in question is entering our news once again, this time with 2000 rwhp.
With everyone tuning the Lamborghini Aventador these days, it seems that its predecessor, the Murcielago, has been left aside, but even if the Italian supercar in question isn’t being produced any more, that doesn’t mean that it’s not a hot ride anymore. David Wiggins was not ready to move on just yet and his LP670-4 SV has been recently transformed into an LP2000-2, which is basically the most powerful Lamborghini Murcielago ever.
The Italian supercar in question has been fitted with custom billet aluminum plenum, 12-inch exhaust system, custom throttle body, 5-inch cold air intakes, custom Garrett GTX-4294 twin-turbo conversion and a lot more, which took 3,000 hours to be put together. As you probably figured it out from the LP2000-2 name, the Lamborghini Murcielago in question is getting 2,000 rwhp. The Italian supercar in question is also fitted with a six point roll-cage, a strut brace, intercooler, custom sound system, custom battery, sleeved cylinders and NASA heat shielding. Additional details on the supercar are limited but you can watch it in the video posted below.
Source: GT Spirit