The Lamborghini Aventador comes in quite a few shapes, from the original LP700-4 coupe to the Roadster, SuperVeloce, S, S Roadster and, more recently, the record-breaking SVJ.
All of them had seven-digit price tags back when they left the factory floor, and they’re still insanely expensive to purchase. As for the Lamborghini Veneno pictured at the end of the article, it’s offered by a German car dealership, which is willing to let it go for €8.09 million ($9.5 million).
That’s more than double the initial price tag of the supercar, which was only made in four coupe examples, including one that’s still with Lamborghini to this date. Described as the “German Edition”, this Veneno hasn’t been registered so far, and its odometer indicates a mere 180 km (112 miles), which makes it practically new.
Whoever decides to pay the eye-watering price tag will get to enjoy the Aventador’s naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine, which rockets the Veneno to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.2 seconds, and up to 355 km/h (221 mph), courtesy of the 750 PS (739 hp / 551 kW) and 690 Nm (509 lb-ft) of torque produced by the V12 as well as the supercar’s advanced aerodynamics.
Before letting you check out the ad here, we should mention that this particular example appears to have been on sale before, but failed to attract a wealthy car collector. Who knows – perhaps this time the seller will get lucky.