Lamborghini Veneno revealed at the Geneva Motor Show
The highly-exclusive Lamborghini Veneno has finally been revealed and will be on show at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Only three will be made. Named after a famous bull, the Veneno was designed to celebrate the Italian supercar-maker’s 50th anniversary, and is priced at €3 million each.
Lamborghini certainly didn’t hold back with the design, with carbon-fibre reinforced polymer forming the base, while the aluminium sub-frames for the front and rear are just like the Aventador on which the Veneno is based. Large channels direct air up and away from the car, while a ventilated engine cover with a large central “shark” fin, altogether help improve stability and downforce. The Veneno will only be offered in three colours, each representing a colour from the Italian flag. The one at the show is the Veneno 0, a prototype and the only one to have a combination of the three colours.
The engine is the same as the Aventador, which is the 6.5-litre V12 engine mated to 7-speed automatic transmission, but pumped up to produce an output of 750 hp. This enables it to propel the Veneno from 0-100 kph in just 2.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 355 kph.
If you have an extra Dhs 14.35 million lying around and want to get your hands on one, hold on to your money as the three cars that will be produced have apparently already been sold.