Lamborghini announced that it would be making three Veneno road-going cars that it would actually offer to customers. Now, one of those three cars has found a home, in the hands of Mr. Kris Singh, who is the manager of a private investment firm.
The car came to him on a flatbed and night fell upon them as they were unloading it. Apparently, it has the chance of becoming one of history’s most expensive retail car sales, with a price of $4,106,000 or €3,012,000.
Ludicrously expensive, no matter what it is, how rare it is or how crazy the styling is. Mr. Singh will definitely be the proud owner of a very rare car. However, in all fairness, there are other, cheaper cars that match it for panache, beat its performance but seriously undercut it on price – Pagani Huayra anybody, or even one of the last Bugatti Veyrons too, or are those just profane now?
Didn’t Lambo go a bit overboard with the pricing that’s a bit unjustified here? I think it did, but Mr. Singh sure doesn’t mind…
By Andrei Nedelea
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