For this upcoming Geneva Motor Show, a lot of car lovers from all over the world might already have marked the cars they are looking forward in seeing its unveiling. Either it is Koenigsegg’s new Hundra or Ferrari’s new F70 Enzo successor; we are just as excited as they are in seeing these highly-anticipated cars in their final form. But Lamborghini had also prepared a surprise for the show and although they had managed to remain tight-lipped on the matter, the ultra-top-secret car is now for the world to see as the net exposes their new supercar, the Veneno.
And although Lamborghini is generally known as those who would not think twice to radically design their cars, this Veneno, which translates directly as “poison” in Spanish, is a bit too wild for them. With countless vents and scoops, exposed carbon fiber canards, Le Mans Prototype-styled headlights and that massive rear wing, they might have created another track monster for their 50th anniversary celebration.
The Veneno is said to house the same 6.5-liter V12 engine from the Aventador, except that it has been tuned to produce 740-horsepower for this one, and uses the same carbon-fiber monocoque chassis. The power is sent to all four wheels through a seven-speed robotized manual gearbox and could hit a top speed of 354km/h.
And since there will only be three of such specimens in the world, each of them carries an insane price tag of £3.1 million (RM 16.8 million). But before you scrape off every single penny you could find in your piggy bank with hopes in taking this one home, probably it is worth mentioning that all three of them had already been sold.