The first new Lamborghini in 11 years had a rough ride before it even turned a wheel in public, writes Angus MacKenzie. The launch of the new Murcielago - like previous Lamborghini names, it's derived from Spanish bullfighting lore; in this case a bull spared in a famous fight in Cordoba in 1879 - has been twice delayed, reportedly at the personal insistence of VW Group chairman Ferdinand Piech, who acquired Lamborghini in 1998 and put it under the direct control of Audi management.