- This article is about the Coupé version of Lamborghini Murciélago. For the Roadster Edition, go to this page.
|Murciélago LP 640|
|655 597 777 591|
|631 bhp @ 8,000 RPM|
|490 lb·ft @ 6,000 RPM|
The Cop edition was added to the game on June 14th, 2011, also for SpeedBoost. The car features Gromlen race-tuned performance parts, 2-star Skill Mods and aftermarket parts. The car also comes with a Bodykit which features bullbars in the front of the car. The livery of the car is based on the livery that the Italian police uses. Unlike all other Cop Editions in-game the car does not feature any Cop Lights.
The "Treasure Hunter" edition was added on January 6th, 2012, alongside with the Jaguar XKR "Blue" edition. The car features a Treasure Hunter livery with unique aftermarket parts such as a Treasure Hunter neon and a license plate. The car also comes with Gromlen race-tuned performance parts and 2-star Skill Mods as well as the Treasure Hunter skill mod.
The "Yellow" edition could first be seen in a news post made on March 26th, 2012 , however, it was first released on January 26th, 2012 for in-game Cash after a high demand from the Need for Speed: World community. The car comes with no parts.
The "Vesper" edition was first released on January 25th, 2013, as a Drag edition. The car comes with Gromlen race-tuned performance parts, 2-star Skill Mods as well as the Aero Drag skill mod. The car also comes with aftermarket parts as well as a Drag bodykit.
At lower speeds, the car is very responsive with minimum oversteer. As the car gets to higher speeds, the stiffness of its suspension becomes evident, limiting its turning ability and cause understeer. Simply letting off the gas and turning before pressing the gas will loosen up the car for sharper turns. However, due to most of the power being sent to the rear of the car, it tends to become tail-happy.
In Team Escapes and Pursuit Outruns the Murciélago performs well. The car is heavy, so police cruisers should not be a problem. Because of the car's responsive handling, dodging Rhinos and navigating through roadblocks should not be too much of an issue either. If stopped by a rhino or a roadblock, the car's strong acceleration can quickly get it going again.
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|Drag||Stock||Stock||Style D 17"||Stock||Black||Stage 3||LP640-4|
|Omni wide||Glint||Stock||RS-GT 19"||Stock||Black||Stage 3||Stock|
Skill Mod DetailsEdit
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|30 %||30 %||20 %||20 %||9 %|
|14 %||15 %||19 %||19 %||9 %|
The Murciélago Cop Car BugEdit
On the June 28th, after a patch that included the release of BMW Z4 GT3 and Treasure Hunt, a technical error occurred which made the Cop edition of the Murciélago cost 0 SpeedBoost . Many players abused the situation to farm cash by selling and buying the car again. By doing this, players could also get as many car slots as they wanted from selling. To compensate players when the error was fixed and all free cars and slots for them were removed, players received 1000 SpeedBoost in return. For those who reported the bug, they were rewarded with the following:
- Pontiac GTO '65 Blue Juggernaut
- Halloween Vinyls
- Winter Vinyls
- Hot Pursuit 2010 Vinyls
- Porsche Cayman S
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