There is good news and there's bad news. The good news is that the 2013 Lamborghini Veneno is out. The bad news? Lamborghini has limited its production to 3 this year and they are already spoken for.
So you can put away that extra $3.9 million, at least, until next year. The name Veneno is derived from the bull-fighting arena. Veneno is an apt name for the vehicle as it represents one of the most aggressive and strongest of bulls. It is a 50th anniversary model.
|Vehicle Type: Super Sport Coupe||Base Price: $3,900,000.00|
|Engine: V12 DOHC||Displacement: 6.5 Liter|
|Horsepower: 750 HP||Horsepower per Liter: 115 HP/ Liter|
|0-60 mph: 2.8 seconds||Maximum Speed: 221 mph (355 km/h)|
The 6.5 liter, V12 engine is similar to the Aventador, but much improved. It produces an incredible 750 horsepower. It is nearly 300 pounds lighter than the Aventador. It sprints from 0-60 miles per hour in a mere 2.8 seconds with a top speed of 221 mph.
A "G Meter" along with attractive graphics to help you monitor your drive comes standard on the Veneno design. This provides an easy path to optimal handling.
The front of this super car includes a fully functional aerodynamic wing allowing for air flow to pass through the hood. You can't miss the half Y headlamps running from top to bottom on each side of the car's front. The wheel arches are huge and the rear wing is adjustable. The taillights match the front beams in design.
Hidden is the quartet of exhaust pipes. Six wedge shaped openings in the engine cover allow for cooling of the massive motor. The grey metallic look of the carbon fiber body will be stylized with one of the colors from Italy's national flag.
Carbon fiber is used in the interior. This is clearly visible on the sills and central tunnel. Forged composite, a technology unique to Lamborghini, makes up the 2 lightweight bucket seats.
The dashboard contains an all new instrument display prominently displaying the new "G Meter" that relays to the driver of everything you need to know to insure an enjoyable ride.