Named after one of the fastest, strongest and most aggressive fighting bulls ever, here’s an ultra-exclusive Lamborghini Veneno, a road-going Italian super sports car and racing prototype which will celebrate its first-ever public appearance at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show as a tribute to the Automobili Lamborghini's 50th anniversary. Limited to just 3 unique examples to be built and sold for as much as $3.9 million, the Lamborghini Veneno boasts a design focused on optimum aerodynamics and cornering stability, giving this powerful machine the real dynamic experience of a racing prototype, yet making it fully homologated for the road. After already being sold to customers at a price of $3.9 million, this street-legal racing car becomes the world’s most expensive Lamborghini which with a maximum output of 552 kW / 750 hp accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in a whip of 2.8 seconds, while offering the top speed of 355 km/h.
Notably, the Veneno took benefits from Italian automaker Automobili Lamborghini's special expertise which the brand uses in the development and execution of carbon-fiber materials, as the car's complete chassis is produced as a CFRP monocoque, as is the outer skin.
And on the inside too, this extreme super sports car features innovative, state-of-the-art Lamborghini-patented finest materials, including Forged Composite and CarbonSkin, to name a few.
Bringing the aerodynamic efficiency of a racing prototype to the road, the Veneno's front end has been laid out for perfect airflow and downforce.
And just like the front, the Veneno's rear has also been optimized for underbody aerodynamics and high speed cornering stability.
Equipped with center mountings, the exclusive alloy-wheels measures 21-inches at the rear and 20-inches at the front.
The Veneno is painted in an all-new, grey metallic-look color with individual parts gleaming in the black of the visible carbon-fiber structure. And the only car to display all three colors of the Italian flag as an accent is the one that will be unveiled at the Motor Show in Geneva, the unit which will remain the property of Lamborghini.
The three cars sold to customers each feature a single color of the Italian national flag, together a triology in green, white and red accents and thus representing each a unique piece.
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