This is a scale model kit to be assembled by an adult; it includes all the parts as indicated, but it does not include glue or paints.
Here you have the scale model of the version of the Lamborghini Murcielago R-SV homologated to run in the FIA GT World
Championship. The kit includes an exploded view with great detail, allowing the option of leaving the retractable doors open
, and the set of decals, printed by Cartograf, allows you to recreate the version presented to the press
at an event prior to the celebration of the 24 Spa Hours 2010.
Additional details for the Lamborghini Murcielago R-SV
car scale model kit:
- Manufactured by Aoshima in 1/24 scale with reference AOSH-063743 (also listed as 4905083063743, 063743 and AOSH-00710).
- Belongs to the Reiter Engineering Team.
- Raced in 2010.
- Includes paint masks, plastic parts, rubber parts, water slide decals, other materials and assembly instructions.
- Package measures 220 mm x 325 mm x 92 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 515 g.
- Box barcode 4905083063743 (GTIN/EAN)
- Featured in newsletters 154, 157, 177, 447, 534, 535 and 536.
The Lamborghini LP670 R-SV, developed by Reiter Engineering, was unveiled to the public at the 2010 Spa 24 Hours, just a few months after its base road version, the Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4, was officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.
The LP670 R-SV uses a 6.5 V12 engine that is capable of producing a power of 670 hp (without restrictor) and 660 Nm of torque at a speed of 6,500 rpm, mounting the corresponding Magneti Marelli control unit for engine control required by the FIA. The engine is practically the same used in the series version. Reiter Engineering considered that this engine was powerful enough to be used in the race without requiring expensive modifications, focusing its efforts on improvements in the aerodynamics of the body, suspension, transmission and brakes.
With a carbon body, its significantly modified aerodynamics improves aerodynamic efficiency compared to its predecessor, the Murciélago R-GT. Engineers also improved the geometry of the suspension, redesigning most of its components, and lowering the roll center height. To improve the braking system, made up of carbon discs and pads, work focused on improving its cooling.
During the presentation of the Murciélago LP670 R-SV, Hans Reiter, CEO of Reiter Engineering, stated that the ready-to-run Lamborghini would cost less than €500,000, which was about half that of any other decent GT1.
This item is not suitable for children under 18 years old. SpotModel recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building cars and bikes. Read carefully all instructions.