It can't be - according to my rules it must lose a full grade because of being an unobtainable museum piece.
I don't like the front styling much but otherwise it just makes it into cool. It's a limited run Lambo so it's practically required to be extreme!
Different strokes for different folks Ben!
We've had that discussion and I respect your view but don't agree about the museum quality. I don't care how long the run is, or what form the styling takes - it could be extreme and still cool. This fails miserably to be cool.
Sure, it is incredibly dramatic, interesting in a poster-on-a-schoolboy's wall kind of way but it isn't remotely cool. Anyone driving one would look (as kb put it so well) like a "massive bell end" which is not a cool look no matter how much money you have.
It is hard to explain. There's a scene in the (dreadful) movie Gone in 60 Seconds where Nic Cage's character "Raines" is talking to a posh car salesman and it goes something along the lines of him being rich and new in town and he mentions all the new Lambo's, Ferraris etc:
Raines: "......and you know what it tells me about this City? There are too many self-indulgent weiners with too much BLOODY MONEY!! Now if I was driving a 1967 Ferrari 275GTB Four Cam.....
Salesman: "You would not be a self-indulgent weiner, sir. You'd be a connoisseur..."
Raines: "Precisely. Champagne would fall from the heavens, velvet ropes would part, doors would open...."