Lamborghini only ever built nine examples of the Veneno Roadster, making it one of the rarest production cars to ever wear the Raging Bull badge. Images of this particular car first emerged in August 2015, and it is perhaps the most desirable of all as it is the only one with an exposed carbon fiber body.
It also features a red pinstripe stretching over the front and rear wheel arches and red accents on the front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and rear wing. The shark fin stretching over the engine cover also incorporates the colors of the Italian flag.
The interior of the car matches the extraordinary exterior thanks to a combination of black and red leather and exposed carbon fiber – and it sure looks like an extraordinary place to sit.
The Veneno Roadster is based on the Aventador and uses the same, naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12. However, power has been increased to 750 HP, meaning it is not just one of the rarest Lamborghinis, but one of the fastest too.
When the Veneno Roadster was launched back in 2013, it had a $4.5 million price tag. However, due to its rarity and desirability, it is thought to be worth much more than that nowadays. While the listing says this example has zero miles on the clock, GTspirit reports that it has been driven for 52 miles (85 km). Which, technically, makes it used, but for all fits and purposes is brand new.