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A rare photograph of the Canto Prototype, here seen at the factory on September 25th 2001.
An early design by Luc Donckerwolcke, this photo was presented to the visitors at the factory in September 2001.
An early clay model of what would become the Lamborghini Murciélago production model ...
One of the Murciélago prototypes under construction in a high security section, starting to look good ...
Getting close to the production ready model, some minor details here and there and we're ready to go ...
The Murciélago in full evolution, the front would still be heavily modified before entering production.
A 1999 model Diablo VT next to the new Murciélago, just to be able to judge the design of the latter one.
A look at the adjustable air intakes used on the Murciélago, here seen during the creation of the mock-up prototype
A rear view of an early prototype of the Murciélago, note the four exhaust pipes on this proposal.
The rear still needs some minor touching up, note the VT 6.0 wheels on all prototypes by the way ...
The Murciélago prototype, note the different left / right configuration of this model and a glass engine cover.
The Lamborghini Murciélago prototype nose to nose with a 1999 Diablo VT model.
Even the interior of a prototype is first created in a clay model, here a 1:1 scale ...
A drawing made by Luc Donckerwolcke during the official opening of Lamborghini Brussels in late 2001.
The team that actually builds the prototypes, this one is very close to the production model, no outside mirrors yet.
A look at another early Murciélago prototype, note the rather angular rear section on this model.
Looking at some rear ends, the Diablo still looks wider seen from this angle ...
A highly restriced area of the factory in Sant'Agata houses at least four different Murciélago prototypes, note the different taillights on the orange car
Another drawing featuring the new Lamborghini Murciélago, very angular and intimidating ...
Donckerwolcke's idea for the new Lamborghini flagship, note the comparison with the Carabo and the Stratos ...
Rear view of an early drawing by Donckerwolcke, looks a lot like the Countach 25th Anniversary ...
Renderings of the Murciélago with the variable air intake system, note the similarities with the classic Countach.
A very risky test drive was performed with this completely finished Murciélago prototype, no sight of any camouflage on a completely secured circuit.
Now this is what I call an intimidating view, imagine this front in your rear view mirror ...
A drawing of a black Murciélago, note that this one is very close to the production model ...
Some different idea's for the styling of the new Lamborghini V12 model ...
Another early proposal drawing by Donckerwolcke, looks very impressive with those massive wheels.
During the opening of the new Belgian Distributor's showroom in Brussels this original DonckerWolcke drawing was given to the people invited for the event.
A striking side view of what would become the new Lamborghini Murciélago ...
A special way of mounting the exhaust pipes, perhaps too 'avant garde' for the Lamborghini.

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