Danger? Columbus, Ohio, based Covert Tuning Dynamics laughs in the face of danger. Taking hold of the standard and powerful enough 670-hp Lamborghini Murcielago SV, the tuning group allegedly turned this bull into a 2,000-whp (2,000!) destroyer of nations.
Officially dubbed the Lamborghini LP2000-2 SV TT, and nicknamed “The Stig,” this tire eating monster took over 3,000 man hours to complete and comes with a twin-turbo Garrett GTX-4294 rear-wheel drive layout, mounted to the SV’s e-Gear semi-automatic gearbox with paddle shifters.
As for the exterior, it sports a rather tame matte finish, carbon side mirrors and lightweight ADV.1 wheels.
While 2,000-hp at the rear-wheels sounds dandy, only problem is that it’s never actually been started. Grounded due to strict regulations from the EPA, the lead wielding ECU must be replaced before it’s approved for Lambo take off.
With no figures to boast, we can only assume a 0-60 (if it hooks up) of around 3 seconds flat and a top speed well over 250 mph to come from this 2,000-whp (allegedly) raging bull.
Check out the full build video along with an appearance at Cars and Coffee in Pittsburgh after the break.