About 3 months ago I sold my 2008 LP640 Roadster and bought a 2007 LP640 coupe. I absolutely loved the Roadster but my single complaint with it was the usability of not having a roof. Most of the driving that I do is commuting to work and going on long trips. That meant that the absence of a usable roof was a bit of a hindrance to my ownership and usage of the vehicle. In the last 90 days or so I have driven the car more than half as much as I drove the roadster.
I love this car. I drive it generally every day now that my CL55 has been compromised and virtually destroyed during the Cannonball Record. It is comfortable, even at 6’5″. It copes reasonably well with traffic. The visibility is terrible and the car is so low that I do scrape occasionally even with the lift system. I smile every time I walk up to it and start it up. It has been extremely reliable. I am just about due for some tires and an oil change but the only two things that have required inspection thus far were replacing the rear view mirror due to some leaking of the auto dimming fluid and checking for a secondary air leak that triggered a check engine light.
Can you actually daily drive a Lamborghini Murcielago? The short answer is yes. It goes everywhere it needs to and I have never needed to go home and get another car. It is obviously a bit masochistic at times and it draws as much attention as a topless supermodel but the experience has generally been great. It has not made the car any less special and I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.
My wife and I recently put about 1,000 miles on it driving from Atlanta to Hilton Head to St Simons to Savannah and back. She is 7 months pregnant and incapable of packing light but we made it work and really enjoyed the trip. Here are some pictures: