They’ll call you mellow yellow.

The Murcielago supercar was built by Italian automotive manufacturer Lamborghini. It had a good ten-year run from its inception in 2001 until it ceased production in 2010. It also made its way into pop culture through film and music. It’s hard to argue the fact that many people would dream of having a Lambo in their driveway, especially a bright yellow one. Here’s your chance to scoop up a Giallo Orion (pearl yellow) 2008 Lamborghini Murcielago from Exclusive Motorsports in Los Angeles, California.

Giallo Orion 2008 Lamborghini Murcielago Is A Bright Choice

The Murcielago coupe was introduced in 2001, with the roadster variant following in 2004. Production of the Murcielago ended on November 5, 2010, with a total run of 4,099 units. In 2008, there were 454 coupes and just 183 roadsters built. When you factor in the paint code, that makes this a really rare and sweet deal to take advantage of. 

The 2008 Lamborghini Murcielago roadster pictured here is equipped with a Branding package and Carbon package for added finesse. This stunning yellow beauty is finished in original Lamborghini Giallo Orion paint with a Nero Perseus (black) interior with Q-Citura diamond stitching. Other goodies include glossy black CI-badged Hermera alloy wheels wrapped in sport tires with ceramic brakes and color-matching yellow brake calipers.

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It’s powered by Lamborghini’s beastly 6.5-liter V12 mated to a six-speed E-gear (select shift) transmission. This combination delivers 632-horsepower and 487 pound-feet of torque to the wheels via an all-wheel-drive system.

With 9,000 original miles on the dashboard, this sports car has its whole life ahead. The original sticker price is $438,237, but the asking price for this ad is a reasonable $275,000. The vehicle is available for inspection anytime and Exclusive Motorsports will ship worldwide. Contact the dealer for more information, including leasing, financing, and trade options.

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Source: Motorious