Celebrating 50 years of the mystery, Lamborghini announced the newborn of this hypercar, the exotic, street-legal race car “ Lamborghini Veneno ” which is made entirely of carbon fiber.
Limited to 3 copies, and an estimated price of 3.6 million euros, All three units are already sold and delivered to their buyers by the end of the year. None looked exactly like the car you see here, though, as it’s a show model.
Instead, each will be painted one color of the Italian flag—white, red, and green—to further guarantee exclusivity.
That is the reason for showing another supercar, given that Lamborghini has not yet delivered its ultra-low-volume “Sesto Elemento” to customers.
To keep the weight down, the Lamborghini Veneno features extensive use of carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer, including the entire tub and all exterior parts.
The importance of reduction is even apparent by patented materials like the Forged Composite to make the seats and the CarbonSkin fabric material used on the seats and headliner.
The interior is largely carried over from the Aventador and is clad in carbon fiber. The Veneno is fitted with Pirelli P Zero tires on 20-inch wheels up front and 22-inch wheels in the rear.
Center-locking hubs allow for quicker changes—and they look great.
The Veneno was named after famous fighting bulls, and this new Aventador-based hypercar is named after one of the fastest and strongest fighting bulls ever.
A bull that gained recognition back in 1914 for killing a matador.