Articles about Lamborghini Veneno

An anonymous buyer made the purchase at a Swiss auction
A curiously specified Lamborghini Veneno Roadster has supposedly become the most expensive Lamborghini ever sold at auction after an anonymous buyer paid £6,768,709 (more than P431.5 million) for it at a Bonhams auction in Switzerland. Not bad, given it
Aventador SC18 and racing-spec Urus? They got nothin’ on these
The history of Lamborghini isn't worth repeating here, because as paid-up members of this ol' Internet Enthusiasts Club, you'll know it verbatim: Ferrucio Lamborghini wanted to outdo Enzo Ferrari, so he started his own company. Bedlam ensued.An interesting
Only 9 units to be made
Lamborghini isn\'t done celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. After producing the limited-to-three Veneno hypercar, the Italian carmaker will be producing the Veneno Roadster, an \"open racing prototype with an extreme design and breathtaking performance\" that will be limited
Only 100 units to be made
If you were unable to buy the Veneno, Lamborghini\'s very special and very limited (\"only three will be made\") supercar, then perhaps this might interest you: the Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario. The Italian carmaker will only make \"a limited
Make your opinion count
You already know that both Italian carmakers Ferrari and Lamborghini each unveiled a very special automobile at the Geneva Motor Show: the LaFerrari for Ferrari and the Veneno for Lamborghini. Both are very exclusive: only 499 units for the LaFerrari and just
Just for 3 lucky (and filthy rich) customers
When Ferrari marked its 50th anniversary in 1997, the Italian carmaker produced the F50. For its own half-century milestone this year, Lamborghini has created the ultra-exclusive--built specifically for just three lucky (and filthy rich) customers--Veneno, a supercar based
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