The Lamborghini Veneno is about as over-the-top as road-going production cars get. However, even that fact doesn’t mean the supercar can’t fall victim to a horrible paint job.
This particular Veneno is the uber-expensive Roadster variation and has turned heads in the past. In fact, it was reportedly seized from the Vice President of Equatorial Guinea back in 2016, alongside his Koenigsegg One:1 and Bugatti Veyron.
Although the car may be familiar to you, we think it’s worth looking at once again, purely for how horrific it looks.
In the right specification, the Veneno Roadster truly looks like a spaceship for the road. However, the cream paint of this example leaves it looking like a sorry replica that left a small workshop in a Chinese slum.
Perhaps it’s much better in person. Nevertheless, it looks like an eyesore in these pictures and video from Luxury Lifestyle. The horrible chrome wheels only make things worse.
The Vice President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, reportedly used state funds to maintain his extravagant lifestyle and purchase vehicles like the Veneno Roadster. Evidently, his wealth hasn’t brought about any kind of style.
In fact, we’re actually surprised Lamborghini were willing to build a Veneno Roadster that looks like this. Money speaks…