Most Expensive Lamborghinis in the World

Ferruccio Lamborghini founded the Lamborghini brand in Italy in 1963, with the vision to manufacture luxury sports cars to compete with Ferrari. According to some sources, he founded the brand after he was dissatisfied with the Ferrari he bought. In Australia, there are Lamborghini Gallardo and Lamborghini Murcielago. Lamborghini is owned by Audi, and Audi is owned by the Volkswagen Group


Most Expensive Lamborghinis in the World

 What are the most expensive Lamborghini in the world ?

 The most expensive Lamborghini sports car in the world is the craziest sports car you have ever seen. However, to buy one, you will need some serious pocket money. The minimum amount we are talking about is $1.6 million, if you want the most profit, it's more like $6 million! So, let's see what all the hype is. The following is a list of the most expensive Lamborghini cars in the world 

The Most Expensive Lamborghinis in the World 

The Veneno Roadster 

 Veneno Roadster is the most expensive Lamborghini in the world, valued at 8.3 million US dollars. The initial starting price was US$4.5 million, but the recent transaction price was slightly less than US$8.3 million. It was released at the Geneva Motor Show in 2014 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Lamborghinis. Using a mid-mounted 6.5-liter aspirated V12 engine and 750 hp power, it is reported that it can reach a top speed of 221 mph, from 0 mph to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds


The Veneno Roadster

The supercar is almost entirely made of carbon fiber, weighs 3,285 pounds, and has the best aerodynamic characteristics to ensure road stability. Given that there are only 9 Veneno sports cars on the planet, $8.3 million seems to be a lot of money to buy one of the most expensive Lamborghinis in the world, let alone one of the most expensive cars in the world

Estimated Price : $8.3 Million 

Veneno Lamborghini 

 Veneno based on Aventador is another work celebrating the 50th anniversary of Lamborghinis. Veneno was exhibited at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and was considered one of the most expensive production cars in the world at that time


Veneno Lamborghini

 Its name translates to "Venom" in Spanish and is one of three cars in the series for consumers. A car equipped with a 6.5-liter V12 engine (740 hp) can accelerate from 0 mph to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds, reaching a top speed of 221 mph. The increased power can be attributed to the expansion of the air intake and the customized exhaust system. Veneno's interior is mainly based on the Aventador's interior, but it also incorporates Lamborghinis' "Carbon Skin", just like the one used on the Aventador J. This car was originally priced at US$4 million, but was later purchased for US$5.3 million, making it the second most expensive Lamborghini in the world

Estimated Price : $5.3 Million 

Egoista concept Lamborghini 

 Egoista Concept is the third most expensive Lamborghini in the world. Lamborghini launched the car to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Due to its unique single-seater cockpit (inspired by Apache helicopters), it is appropriately named "Egoista", which means "selfish" in Italian

Most Expensive Lamborghinis in the World

It was designed by Walter de Silva, Lamborghinis design director, and based on Lamborghini Gallardo. The canopy door is completely movable and the steering wheel must be removed to get in and out. It is equipped with a 5.2-liter V10 engine that can produce about 600 hp. Just like the Miura concept car, the Egoista concept car is now on display at the Sant’Agata Bolognese in the Lamborghini Museum in Italy

Estimated price : $3 Million 

Miura Lamborghini concept 

The Lamborghini Miura concept car was exhibited at the Paley Media Center in January 2006. The retro-style Lamborghini was appointed to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the original Miura Concept in 1966. It was designed by Lamborghini design director Walter de Silva (Walter de Silva) and is equipped with a V12 engine purchased from Lamborghini MurciƩlago


Miura Lamborghini concept
It has an advanced all-wheel drive system with a raised rear spoiler, lower side air intakes, brushed aluminum shutters, and a slightly wider body than its predecessor. Now, Miura can be exhibited in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy in the Lamborghini


Estimated Price : $3 Million 


Lamborghini Sesto Elemento 


 The Sesto Elemento Concept was exhibited at the 2001 Paris Motor Show. It is equipped with a 570 hp V10 engine, a six-speed gearbox, almost entirely made of lightweight carbon fiber weighing about 2,200 pounds


Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
In terms of design, we are talking about things that are all black, with subtle red details and unprecedented smooth lines. Lamborghini claims that the car can reach a speed of 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds, with a top speed of over 185 mph. Only 20 Elemento concept cars were produced in 2011, and each concept car was sold within a few days of its release

 Estimated price: $2.8 million


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