We've already seen much of German firm Reiter Engineering's work with Lamborghini models, such as this race-bred Murcielago R-GT model unveiled a short while ago. Now, the company has produced a more refined variant of the Murcielago R-GT, naming it the Murcielago Strada.
The Strada model is designed in the style of the race-spec Murcielago R-GT, and carbon-fiber is used extensively throughout the chassis to lighten the car - in fact, the front splitter, rear diffuser and rear wing are all manufactured from the advanced composite material.
Inside, Reiter Engineering has decked out the car with Alcantara and leather trim and custom designed sports bucket seats. Its designers claim the Strada features a look that more echoes a theme of "sporting elegance" compared to its brash sibling, the Murcielago R-GT.
Meanwhile, the visually dramatic exterior is matched to a custom exhaust system that gives the Strada a unique sounding roar, and along with new suspension parts, a custom braking system and a new set of lightweight alloys, the Reiter Engineering Murcielago Strada will appeal to the driver who finds a regular Murcielago a little hum-drum but wants something a little more comfortable than the R-GT model.
For those potential Lamborghini owners eying the new Murcielago 670-4 SV model, Reiter Engineering is also hard at work on a racing-bred model for the Murcielago's last curtain call - we should have more details as work progresses on that car.