Most Expensive Car in the World
If you have 5 million dollars to spend, how are you going to spend it? For some, they will go shopping, others will buy a house and lot and an automobile to drive with, while there are others who’ll say they will use the money to pay off their debts and save whatever is left. However, there are still others who will say they will buy their dream car.
But with thousands of automobiles available today, it is hard to choose which one to purchase. Some will go for the fastest automobile while others will go for the modest, reliable ones. But if you want to earn some bragging rights, then why not go for the most expensive production car ever built, the Lamborghini Veneno, which is impossible for more than 99% of the world’s population to buy.
The “Golden Car”
There’s no better way of celebrating Lamborghini’s golden year than introducing a one of a kind piece. The Italian automaker, Lamborghini, was able to produce a jaw-dropping super-vehicle, the Lamborghini Veneno, a super sport coupe that represents the raging bull’s most aggressive creation to date.
Dubbed as the racing prototype for the road, the world’s most expensive production automobile is focused on optimum aerodynamics ad high speed cornered stability that gives you an optimum racing capability even when you’re just on the road.
Lamborghini Veneno has a 6.5 liter, V12 engine that is capable of producing 750 horsepower. Although not the fastest automobile around, this vehicle has a maximum speed of 221 miles per hour (355 kilometers per hour) and is capable of reaching up to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. The 12-cylinder and 4 sizeable exhaust pipes that are divided by a splitter guarantee a mind blowing performance from this vehicle.
The carbon fiber, lightweight design and gray metallic look are evident on the entire exterior and even on its scales with a power to weight ratio of 1.93 kg/hp. Veneno’s fully functional aerodynamic wing allow air flow to pass through the hood. It also has a Y headlamps and taillights that match the front beams.
And carbon fiber is very much prevalent on the inside too, as evident in the central tunnel and sills. You’ll simply be amazed by the automobile’s elegant interior wherein the two lightweight seats are made from the company’s patented Forged Composite. Veneno’s carbon fiber CarbonSkin was also used to dress the entire cockpit, seats and headliner to help reduce weight and at the same time, make the driving experience more enjoyable. The dashboard likewise displays the ‘G Meter’ which guides every driver on what he needs to know to ensure a pleasant ride.
This car is the perfect anniversary model from the ‘raging bull.’ With this kind of features, it’s no wonder Laborghini Veneno sells at a whopping US $3.9 million. And even if you have that amount of money, there are only 3 automobiles produced as of this date so if you want to add this car to your collection, you may have to wait for a while.