Used Lamborghini Veneno Can Be Yours For $8 Million

One of three Lamborghini Veneno’s has once again popped up for sale for the bargain basement price of $8 Million. 

When there are only three of any car ever made rest assured they won’t be driven around much and are more pieces of investment than boy toys. According to Car Scoops, one of these rare Italian hypercars has once again popped up for sale in Berlin for €7.1 million or about $8 million. Keep in mind that when this car first came out they were sold for $4.5 million a pop.

Earlier this month, Veneno #2 was also on sale but for $3 million more albeit with more mileage on the clock. Whereas Veneno #1 only had 62 miles, this one has over 500 miles. Then again, when it comes to hypercars of this vintage, mileage doesn’t matter as much. Take a look at some of the exclusive photos from the Geneva Motor Show when this car first came out and let us know what you think about this bonkers price tag in the comments below.

The new Lamborghini Veneno is introcuded by CEO and Chairman Stephan Winkelmann during a preview of Volkswagen Group (VW) on March 4, 2013 ahead of the Geneva Car Show in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI (Photo credit should read FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)

The new Lamborghini Veneno is introcuded by CEO and Chairman Stephan Winkelmann during a preview of Volkswagen Group (VW) on March 4, 2013 ahead of the Geneva Car Show in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI (Photo credit should read FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)

The new Lamborghini Veneno is introcuded by CEO and Chairman Stephan Winkelmann during a preview of Volkswagen Group on March 4, 2013 ahead of the Geneva Car Show in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI (Photo credit should read FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)

The new Lamborghini Veneno is introcuded by CEO and Chairman Stephan Winkelmann during a preview of Volkswagen Group on March 4, 2013 ahead of the Geneva Car Show in Geneva. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI (Photo credit should read FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)

Going back to the initial $4.5 Million dollar investment, whomever is selling this car now is set to make a tidy profit for themselves once they solidify a deal. If you’re hankering for a Veneno and want a taste of what this car is capable of but obviously can’t buy one of these, take a look at the Aventador on which it is based. At a tenth of the price of a Veneno when it first came out, the Aventador is an absolute bargain. Then again, they’re not as exclusive when it comes to hypercars.

Although you may think this price is bonkers for a car that doesn’t do all that much more compared to its lesser siblings in the Lamborghini family, those who have seen the car in the flesh would disagree.

With aerodynamics and body panels that look like they were designed from another dimension 100 years in the future, it’s truly a site to behold.