What's really different about the new 'Murcielago by Prindeville' is the supercar's interior that has been completely overhauled. The entire cabin has been upholstered in a two-tone ostrich hide while other notable features include the precision-milled aluminum accents on the dashboard and the lower part of the center console.
To emphasize the attention to detail in the car's interior, the company's founder Alex Prindiville said: "The standard plastic air vents aren't worthy of the rest of the interior, so although it was a complex and therefore costly procedure, we decided to manufacture replacements from aluminum."
"On their own these vents represent a significant proportion of the £10,000 (around US$16,000) cost of our interior 'jewellery pack', but it's all part of the price of doing the job properly," Prindeville added.
Prindeville did not disclose the price of the modded Murcielago, but we reckon that those seriously interested in buying the car wouldn't care less on how much it costs.