We am sure that anyone would love to take this beautiful beast home. However, this Lamborghini Veneno will first ask you to pay $9.4 million (7.9 million euros), preferably in a legal way, before you can brag about owning this piece of automotive history.
We are sure that a car collector with deep pockets will end up admiring this ultra strange Italian design every day, but that’s another story.
Produced in 2010 and showcasing a stunning gray exterior complemented by a black Alcantara interior, this Italian beast boasts the delivery miles on the clock, 112 miles, so you could say it’s pretty much new.
It has never been driven on public roads or on the track, since its delivery, which adds to the value of an already impressive Lamborghini.
As you consider investing in this Italian collectible, keep in mind that only 4 units of the Veneno Coupé were manufactured, including the one that never left the Sant’Agata Bolognese facility.
Each unit features a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine that develops a staggering 740 horsepower, which should be enough to keep adrenaline junkies smiling.
One way or another, buying this super car is a good idea and a once in a lifetime opportunity. Few people in the world could afford this beast when it hit the market, but at the price of $ 9.4 million, the list of potential customers is even smaller.
The ad was posted on Mobile.de and says the price is negotiable.