Alongside the likes of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and London, Hong Kong has risen to prominence as one of the world's supercar capitals. Flooded with wealthy businesspeople, the city is home to some of the finest cars ever produced and recently, it welcomed two more.
Introduced just a few months after the insane Lamborghini Veneno, the Veneno Roadster may be restricted to a mere nine units worldwide but we now know that at least two of them reside in Hong Kong.
The first of the duo is painted gloss black and includes bright red accents on its front splitter, wheels, brake calipers, rear wing and rear diffuser. Alongside these painted components are a number of bare carbon fiber elements including parts of the tailgate and front fascia.
As for the second, it's finished in white but doesn't feature any brightly coloured elements and rather makes do solely with a combination of white and carbon fiber parts.
Both are mechanically identical, which means they are powered by a tuned version of the Aventador's 6.5-liter V12 pumping out 750 hp.
Given that each Veneno Roadster cost over $4 million in the U.S., the owners of these two inevitably paid over $5 million each due to the steep taxes of Hong Kong.
Photos courtesy of Lamborghini Hong Kong