You can now purchase the Verde Scandal Lamborghini Gallardo owned by pro wrestler and actor John Cena for under $150,000!
There is no doubt that celebrities own some fancy and bespoke cars that many of us can only dream of. We rarely ever get the chance to whip around in a Lamborghini, let alone one owned by a popular celebrity. Now is your chance to sit behind the wheel and drive off in John Cena’s very own 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 coupe.
As a proud owner of the supercar, John Cena refers to his pride and joy as the “LamborGREENi.” If the gorgeous green paint job can’t convince you, the custom interior might be more up your alley. According to Cena himself, the original owner of the car wanted the interior leather, and essentially the entire cabin, to match the exterior Verde Scandal paint. Due to it being a one-of-one color, Lamborghini’s upholstery shop could not come up with an exact match.
The solution was to settle (and we are using this term lightly) for a “Grellow” color, which is a mixture of green and yellow; it closely resembles a tennis ball. The dual-tone seats are a mixture of Nero Perseus black and the Grellow color, and Q-Citura Rhomboid pattern stitching are consistent throughout the seats, roof and door panels.
The LP560-4 with Style and Branding package is equipped with a 6-speed E-Gear transmission, Cordelia aluminum wheels and power-heated seats. It also features a transparent engine bay, allowing you to easily admire its beautiful beating heart. Cena’s Gallardo is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 that produces 560 horsepower to all four wheels.
John Cena’s Gallardo is currently on display at the Lamborghini Palm Beach dealership in Florida.
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Cena’s 2009 Gallardo LP560-4 coupe is providing a Carfax buyback guarantee for the next owner. The supercar only has 4,236 miles on the dashboard and is listed for $147,788. This may seem like a lot of money for an eight-year-old car, The celebrity value in conjunction with the rarity of the color and low mileage makes it a hot item for sure.
If you or someone you know may be interested, just head over to the Lamborghini Palm Beach website for all the details. Who knows how long it will remain on the market?