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Map 1[]

  • Race 1: The Lamborghini Aventador's predecessor is ready for racing. Don't let it down.


  • Race 2: Like the bull that inspired this supercar's name, stay free -- and stay undefeated.


  • Grand Finale: In 2001, the first Lamborghini Murciélago rolled off the assembly line in Sant'Agata Bolognese. Do its memory proud.

Map 2[]

  • Race 1: Murciélago is Spanish for "bat" -- so fly through Barcelona as if you were a creature of the night itself.


  • Race 2: Prove you are worthy of racing in this city -- or be eliminated yourself.


  • Race 3: It's not a PROPER car unless it has scissor doors, is it? Time you proved that saying correct.


  • Grand Finale: In 2002, the Lamborghini Murciélago saw its first official model year. Make sure your name is etched into history along with it.

Map 3[]

  • Race 1: This is a symphony in carbon fiber, steel, and aluminium -- so play on. Play on.


  • Race 2: Drive the car that celebrated Lamborghini's 40th anniversary. It's limited-edition -- and you are too.


  • Race 3: Stylish enough for the road, swift enough for the GT circuit. Who says you can't have it all in this race?


  • Grand Finale: In 2004, the Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster was introduced. Can you rule the road? Prove it.

Map 4[]

  • Race 1: Limited editions of this car can reach 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds. Will you hit the mark?


  • Race 2: For those who are eliminated in this race, only the briny deep awaits. Do not be eliminated.


  • Race 3: The blue waters might remind you of the Jade-Green color of the Lamborghini Murciélago's 40th-anniversary edition.


  • Race 4: Celebrate nine years of Lamborghini perfection the only way we know how... by winning.


  • Grand Finale: In 2006, the Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640 was unveiled -- a fully updated version of a latter-day classic. Make sure you take your racing skills to the next level, too.

Map 5[]

  • Race 1: The Lamborghini Murciélago had a total production run of only 4,099 cars... or so the story goes. Could the one you're driving be the 4,100th?


  • Race 2: Control the absolute epitome of the original Lamborghini V12 engine -- and speed your way to victory.


  • Race 3: Stay as cool as the ice outside your window this race. You'll need it on those quick turns.


  • Race 4: First a coupe, then a roadster... and now, it can be all yours. Win this race, and you'll be one step closer to it...


  • Grand Finale: In 2007, the Lamborghini Murciélago R-GT won a major race through China. See that you do the same -- wherever you are.


Map 6[]

  • Race 1: Bring the Lamborghini back to its home country -- and hope for home-track advantage.


  • Race 2: Napoleon conquered Venice, once. Will you emerge from this battle victorious? Or will you falter?


  • Race 3: Like a mighty bull, this car is bred for fighting. Do not fail it.


  • Race 4: Speed through La Serennissima as if your life depended on it.


  • Race 5: Lamborghinis hail from Emilia-Romagna, not Venice -- but whichever region they call home, they're just as fast.


  • Grand Finale: In 2008, the Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640 took center stage in a major superhero movie. Can you prove yourself a hero as well?


Map 7[]

  • Race 1: A car so fashionable, one edition came with its own designer luggage, shoes, and driving gloves... Where better to race it than in ultra-hip Rio?


  • Race 2: Only up to six final-edition Lamborghini Murciélagos are known to have been produced with a manual transmission.


  • Race 3: The Lamborghini Murciélago is truly a worthy successor to the Lamborghini Diablo -- so race as if the devil himself is after you.


  • Race 4: How does the Lamborghini Murciélago handle on pristine cobblestone sidewalks, under a clear blue sky? Maybe this will be the time you'll find out.


  • Race 5: Once you drive in Rio de Janeiro, you will never forget it. Make this race one to remember.


  • Grand Finale: In 2009, the ultimate variation of the Lamborghini Murciélago was unveiled: the LP 670-4 SuperVeloce. Are YOU the ultimate racer?


Map 8[]

  • Race 1: The Lamborghini Murciélago's low-slung body would be perfect for keeping a low profile... if you weren't street-racing in Japan right now.


  • Race 2: Time to use every one of the Lamborghini Murciélago's 479-pound-feet of torque... If you want to win, that is.


  • Race 3: Maybe you could go out for sushi after this race? Just saying.


  • Race 4: You may be in Tokyo -- but whether you choose to drift or not, make sure you leave this track a winner.


  • Race 5: Stealth bombers were among the inspirations for the Lamborghini Murciélago. Race!


  • Race 6: If a car goes fast in the city, does it make a sound? ... Yes. Cars are very loud.


  • Grand Finale: In 2010, on November 5, the final Lamborghini Murciélago ever was produced. Make sure this race is not your last.
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