One of the most impressive limited edition supercars ever to be created by Lamborghini, the Veneno, has been recently spotted out in Beijing, where it was taken in a premiere.
We have already seen the Lamborghini Veneno in Hong Kong, in Italy or in the United States, after meeting it back in 2013, during the Geneva Motor Show, but now time has come so see the supercar in Beijing too, where the model has been recently taken. The supercar has its name inspired from a legendary fighting bull, becoming popular in 1914 when he fatally wounded Jose Sanchez Rodriguez, a famous torero, during the Sanlucar de Barrameda arena bullfight, in Andalusia, Spain.
The Lamborghini Veneno is based on the Aventador and it is taking its power from a 6.5 liter V12 engine. The unit is producing a total output of 740 HP (552 kW) and it is connected to an ISR 7-speed robotized manual transmission. The Veneno can reach a top speed of 354 km/h (220 mph) and each of the 3 units made cost 3.57 million euros, so if you’re thinking on getting your hands on such a vehicle, forget it, because this will be harder than buying a LaFerrari, a P1 or a 918 Spyder.
Image Source: Melbourne Supercar Club (FB)
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Friday, July 18th, 2014 - filed under Lamborghini
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