Second Lamborghini Veneno has been sold in Hongkong

Branded as the most expensive car you can buy by Digital Trends, Lamborghini Veneno arrives in Hongkong. The limited production Lamborghini Veneno has been first shown back in 2013, but even so, the model is still continuing to pop up into our news, every once in a while. Here is more information about the Lamborghini Veneno :

According to GTSpirit :

“A Lamborghini Veneno has arrived in Hong Kong! It is the second Lamborghini Veneno delivery we know to have occurred, the first car was of course delivered to the US. This particular Veneno was delivered to the dealership today, luckily, Chester Ng caught sight of the car before it (presumably) made its way into a private collection. Those that have followed the Veneno story from day 1 will remember that we first saw it at the Geneva Motor Show 2013. At a show that saw the release of the McLaren P1, LaFerrari and the Koenigsegg Hundra, the Lamborghini Veneno stole the show!”

According to TheSuperCarKids :

“Lamborghini have produced four Coupes (three customer cars, one factory car) and have nine Roadsters in the works. The first Veneno Roadster was sold and delivered recently to a owner in America. The Veneno was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 2013, sat beside it’s three main, although not direct, rivals; the Mclaren P1, the LaFerrari and the Koenigsegg Hundra. The Veneno houses a naturally aspirated 6.2 litre V12 that produces 750 PS which can propel the car from 0-62 in 2.8 seconds and onto a top speed of around 210 MPH with help from the ISR 7 speed automatic gearbox and the clever AWD system.” written by HARRY DONALDSON-MILLS.

According to InAutoNews :

“The Lamborghini Veneno is being produced in just 3 units globally and each one costs more than 3 million euros. There will be a green, a white and a red Veneno, representing the color of the Italian flag. Car Zero, the vehicle on display, will be retained in the factory for the museum. The Lamborghini Veneno has been created to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary and it has a 6.5 liter V12 engine under its hood, rated at 740 HP (552 kW), connected to a 7-speed ISR robotized manual transmission. Top speed of the supercar stands at 354 km/h (220 mph). The Veneno is based on the Aventador.” written by  Cristian Gnaticov.

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