Lamborghini Veneno supercar photos leak ahead of Geneva
$4 million Lambo hypercar sold out before its reveal at this week's Geneva Motor Show.
It's not official quite yet, but shots of the Lamborghini Veneno supercar have arrived on the Internet ahead of the car's official Geneva Motor Show debut this week. Here's what we can tell you: At $4 million a copy, the Aventador-based Veneno would seem a tough sell, but exclusivity is worth it for some; all three cars have been spoken for already.
Expect a tuned version of the Aventador 6.5-liter V12, powering the Veneno to a terminal velocity of 220 mph. And expect a whole lot more of this latest Lamborghini when the silk is pulled at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Lamborghini Veneno -- your latest Italian bullet train.
More pictures after the jump.
Like the bones, the powertrain is based on the Aventador, and the Geneva supercar runs a 6.5-liter V12 pushing out 740 hp paired with a seven-speed automated manual transmission.
The Lamborghini Veneno is all fins and vents from the top.
Just three Veneno models were available, and they are already taken; two sold to buyers in the United States.
-- Andrew Stoy
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The Romans have built yet another bad-*** chariot that looks like a visitor from another planet. What a rush it would be to get behind the wheel of this sled, light it up and blast through the gears. One would have to be out in the middle of absolutely nowhere to take this Lambo up to full speed but who cares? Apparently there are three very rich and lucky guys who will get a chance to play with this road rocket. Kudos.
Peace to all ~
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