Edo Competition’s previous Lamborghini Murcielago LP640-tune was a 522 kW monster capable of reaching a top speed of 352 km/h, which apparently made it the fastest and most powerful Murcielago in the world. Now, the German tuner has gone one step further by introducing a 551 kW variant that continues on to a maximum velocity of 365 km/h.
The other performance figures are equally impressive, as the LP750 hits 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds, 200 km/h in 9.7 seconds and 300 km/h in 24.5 seconds.
The comprehensive engine conversion that makes all this possible includes modified cylinders, new intake system with hand-made manifold and revised air ducts, high flow air filters, reprogrammed Engine Control Unit and a high performance exhaust system. The latter is made from plasma-coated stainless steel and is also available with an optional remote controlled butterfly valve system. The 6.5-litre V12 engine sends no less than 740 Nm of peak torque to all four wheels through a new single plate clutch. However, Edo Competition offers a 40 kg lighter rear-wheel drive version as well, which is said to be even more agile.
A 300+ km/h supercar is never complete without an optimised aerodynamics package and the LP750 is no exception. Edo Competition says it has managed to find a good balance between high-speed stability and looks, and is especially proud of the revised rear wing complete with adjustable lip spoiler. For good measure, the Germans also threw in a set of lightweight alloys, comprised of 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels, shod in 265/35 and 345/30 tyres respectively. Unsurprisingly, Edo Competition did not release pricing for the tuning package.