The awaited 2013 Lamborghini Veneno was first introduced and was seen at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland this year. The mysterious Veneno is one of those many super cars that have been invented for the rich.
Lamborghini Veneno specifications
This model unfortunately is limited to only three. More surprisingly, the Veneno has an astonishing price tag of £3 million according to the present exchange rate. This bewildering car is obviously not within everyone's budget, nonetheless; the Lamborghini Veneno has sold out. Three gentlemen bought the cars months in advance of the Geneva Motor show; they signed the deal without ever setting their eyes on the real Lamborghini Veneno beauties. Two buyers have only been named Antoine Dominic and Kris Singh II, both are Americans. Speculation suggests that Birdman is the third buyer.
The Lamborghini Veneno has a front GT engine and is powered by Lamborghini's famous 6.5L V12 which produces 750 hp. To capture its speed and agility, it has a single clutch and a seven speed transmission. This real Veneno beauty is more than capable of reaching 220 mpg.
Rumours put forward that the Lamborghini Veneno is based on the Aventador, but officials disagree. Every external and internal part of the Veneno is made from carbon fibre, which is combined with an all-new grey metallic colouring. In comparison to the Aventador, the Veneno is a mega beast; it weighs 275 lbs lighter and can produce 0 to 60 mph within 2.8 seconds.
The interior carbon fibre is visible to the central and sill areas; furthermore, the cockpit area is also weaved with the carbon fibre. The seating is Lamborghini's original Forged Composite; this makes the seats extremely light weight. Additionally, the seats are a bucket shape to provide further comfort.
The dashboard and instrument panelling is totally different to the Adentador. The Lamborghini Veneno has many additional features with a completely refurbished design. The Veneno has belligerent graphics, such as a G-meter. G-meters are capable of providing motorists extra control when driving, this is imperative for super cars.
These gadgets display acceleration in units of ‘G’ whenever a car moves or is braking, they additionally consider the cars aerodynamics.
Lamborghini branding and narration
The German automaker Volkswagen owns Lamborghini through its subsidiary manufacturer Audi. Lamborghini's headquarters and its production plant are based in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy.
Lamborghini branded their cars based on the bull fighting sport in Spain. The epic story began in 1962, whereby a bull breeder named Don Eduardo Miura was visited by Ferruccio Lamborghini. Ferruccio was smitten by the aggressiveness and strength of the raging bulls. All Lamborghini cars, old and new have been influenced by Spanish bull fighting. Lamborghini's are renowned to have strength, eye catching, and beautiful yet fierce capabilities.
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