Missed out on getting one of the three Lamborghini Veneno exotics in the world?
One owner is selling their Lamborghini Veneno for a nice 9,980,000 euros ($11 million), nearly three times its original price of $4 million. It has about 522 miles on the odometer, but that isn’t deterring the owner from turning the Veneno into a nice investment. Typically, cars depreciate and lose value over time, but when you’re talking about a Lamborghini that only saw three units produced, it’s not surprising that it’s going for a huge premium.
The Lamborghini Veneno originally made its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, alongside the production McLaren P1 and Ferrari LaFerrari. It arguably stole the show in a year where every exotic automaker brought its best. The car was built to celebrate the Italian automaker’s 50th anniversary. Powering the rare machine is a 6.5-liter V12 engine with 750 horsepower. It’s an extreme study into aerodynamics, with vents throughout its body and even the carbon fiber rim around the wheels serve as a turbine to help cool the brakes.
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