Even the roof of the Lamborghini Murcielago LP-640 has been replaced with a lighter carbon-fiber unit

Even the roof of the Lamborghini Murcielago LP-640 has been replaced with a lighter carbon-fiber unit

British tuner Prindiville Prestige specialize in building one-off, bespoke vehicles designed to meet individual client's every whim no matter how demanding they may be. Prindiville Prestige even brags that it can fit out a car’s entire cabin with ostrich hide if a client so desires, but thankfully this option hasn’t been applied to the firm’s latest custom Lamborghini Murcielago LP-640.

The extent of the modifications extends to almost every inch of the Murcielago. In fact, of the original Lamborghini only the front compartment lid remains the same – even the roof panel is changed. There’s a bolder, more aggressive front bumper, eye-catching sills, a more dynamic rear, and a specially designed titanium sports exhaust system. Other specialties include ‘handle-less’ doors with remote electric opening and a restyled engine bay cover with transparent cooling louvers. Oh, and did we mention that all of the body panels are constructed from carbon-fiber?

Such a bespoke exterior appearance has to be matched on the inside, and luckily the tuning firm also has experience in this area. Rich leather and hand-finished aluminum accents abound, and little touches such as the specially engineered aluminum air vents reveal the extent that the firm goes to when creating its cars.

To keep the car scratch free, Prindiville Prestige also recommends customers use their door mirror camera system. Installed in each of the door mirrors, miniature cameras feed images to a monitor in the cabin, helping owners to protect the sills and alloy wheels of the car when parking next to high kerbs. A rear bumper-mounted camera is also part of the system.

As for pricing, if you have to ask, you probably can't afford it. But here’s a clue, the interior alone will set you back £300,000.