You've seen leak after leak along with official shots and specifications, and now, finally, you can see actual live shots of the Lamborghini Veneno taken in the wild by our very own DSLR lenses. You knew Lambo would do some crazy to celebrate its 50th anniversary, and you were right: The Veneno is absolute insanity wrapped in carbon fiber and festooned with scoops, wings and fins.

Not coincidentally, Lamborghini decided to name its masterpiece Veneno, a fighting bull that reportedly gained notoriety in 1914 when it killed a matador. Let's hope that's not a foreshadow of things to come. Of course, this wedge-shaped racecar-for-the-street boasts 750 horsepower and a ludicrous top speed of 220 miles per hour... so it's certainly best to handle the Veneno with care.

Not that you'll every get the chance to try – the Veneno carries an asking price of three million euros, which is around $3.9 million US. And even if you've got that kind of cash between your couch cushions, you still couldn't buy one. Lamborghini has committed to making just three of these bulls, and each of them has already found a home.


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      mylexicon
      • 2 Years Ago
      Can't tell if this car is awesome or embarrassing. I feel like it was designed by Christopher Walken, and he just kept saying, "it needs more cowbell".
      Gorgenapper
      • 2 Years Ago
      Even if I had the money, I'd be embarrassed to drive that thing anywhere.
      ponycargt
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Aventador's cool but this thing is way over the top, like a a preadolescent child's dream machine. And I hate it when people on this site say that someone doesnt have the right to criticize a car because they "can't afford it". Nobody here can afford this car, but I can anyone really say that the design of this car is in good taste
        ponycargt
        • 2 Years Ago
        @ponycargt
        Please disregard the word "I" in the last sentence of my previous post
      T-Mille
      • 2 Years Ago
      I never thought a car this sci-fi would be possible in real life! Am I the only one here who loves this advanced hypermachine?
      Cruising
      • 2 Years Ago
      It's like a Lamborghini from the future.
      finzenchrome
      • 2 Years Ago
      Even fighter jets don\'t have as many body cavities for air to pass through This looks like a giant air vent with a cockpit built in as an afterthought.
      eeenok
      • 2 Years Ago
      the power rangers called and they want their car back
      purrpullberra
      • 2 Years Ago
      Subtle, classic design. Restrained designers used only the lightest touches to massage this into existence. Faultless !!!!! This IS opposite day, right?
      sfblog
      • 2 Years Ago
      Bongiorno!
      Pablo Arduino
      • 2 Years Ago
      And suddenly, the huayra seems to be prettier than before...
      lesapt59
      • 2 Years Ago
      Truly awesome...this is what a Lambo hypercar SHOULD look like, in a class of it's own and with shapes far more foreign than the classical Aventador. It reminds me of a Ridge Racer...in its sheer over-the-topness, yet in a good $four million way.
      Gernn Blanston
      • 2 Years Ago
      A 50th anniversary car that celebrates 30 years of maligning a once epic design with silly appendages? I guess. I wish I could recall the exec. who said modern supercar designs are out of ideas, because he's regrettably right.
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