Only five were ever made and one of those is for sale now with an asking price of $9.4 million. This Lamborghini Veneno coupe has not been driven since delivery too.
Somebody bought a super-rare Lamborghini Veneno coupe and never drove it at all. Never as in, it has just got 112 miles on the clock and that’s the delivery miles. The advertisement posted on German used car site – Mobile – also states that the owner hasn’t taken the supercar out on public roads or on race tracks.
Well, saying that’s his loss is someone else’s gain may prove to be a contradicting statement as the less number of miles and undriven status is going to fetch the rare Aventador-based supercar a massive sum as price.
The ad speaks a great a deal about this being a great investment opportunity for car collectors. It’s after all, one of the only three privately-owned Lamborghini Veneno supercars in the world. The remaining cars – two of them – are with Lamborghini itself. And one of those two was built for testing purposes. The other car – Car Zero – was created for the carmaker for worldwide promotions and eventually to hold on to as a special possession. So there aren’t that many of these machines to get your hands on.
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The Lamborghini Veneno had an original price of around $4.5 million when it was launched in 2013.
Though the site in which the ad is placed is German, the car is in the United States. With an asking price of $9.4 million, this particular Lamborghini Veneno coupe has 2014 as its model year, Silver Grey exterior finish and Alcantara interior.
Powered by a superior version of the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 that produces 740 hp, the 7-speed semi-automatic, permanent all-wheel drive Veneno is a 220 mph missile which will punch the 62 mph mark in 2.8 seconds.
The asking price here is slightly more than double the original price and as the supercar is of the hyper-rare kind without any additional miles than those consumed during delivery, $9.5 million isn’t too much to ask for. Make no mistake, it’s still a huge pile of cash to part with. But then again, there are only three of these cars which can be bought, if and when their current owners are willing to put them up for sale. Lamborghini will never be selling their Car Zero for sure.