$4.7 Million Lamborghini Veneno: World’s Most Expensive Car

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Back in March Lamborghini debuted some renderings of their Veneno supercar. Now just months later, the Italian auto maker has unveiled the official photos of the highly anticipated, limited edition supercar.

The Lamborghini Veneno is quite possibly the closest thing to a real life Batmobile that we have ever seen, and with a price tag of $4.7 million (the world’s most expensive vehicle), you’d have to be Bruce Wayne to afford one. The vehicle seen above (along with three in a separate color scheme) are being released to celebrate the brand’s 50 year anniversary. Although all of the models are accounted for, the vehicle is well worth the feature based on the drool factor alone. Utilizing carbon fiber construction throughout, the 2 seater weighs in at just 3,190 pounds. Under the hood is where the real magic is though. A naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 engine powers the Veneno, putting down an impressive 750 horsepower, which is good for a zero to sixty time of 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 221 horsepower. You might not be able to get your hands on one of these, but Lamborghini does plan on releasing a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster at a later time. That one will only set you back $4.4 million, and will be limited to only 9 units.

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