To all the people with their seriously outlandish attempts at pronouncing some of the European automobiles (most notably the Italians) I present...HOW TO PRONOUNCE SOME OF THE TOUGHIES Murciélago - Perhaps the most contested. Since this is the name of a Spanish bull, one would surmise that it is pronounced with a Spanish accent. Therefore: moor-see-ELL-ah-go Forget the "th" sound, forget the "tch" sound (Clarkson!). It's a lot easier than you might think. Gallardo - Another fun one from Automobili Lamborghini SpA, another Spanish word. Observe. gah-YAR-do The double L is pronounced like the English Y in "Yes." The R has the Spanish "almost-rolling" sound. If you don't know what I mean, just say it like "yardo." Forget all that "guhlardo" stuff. Scaglietti - Ferrari's turn for the fun stuff. It's pretty easy if you know this one factoid about the name: the "G" is silent. Yes folks...it's silent. So it goes like this: ska-lee-ET-tee Some of them are a little difficult to spell out phonetically when we're reading in English (like Veyron), but those are some of the worst...any additions are MORE than welcome.