One of the early stars of the 2013 Geneva auto show is the new Lamborghini Veneno. The latest bull to charge out of Italy is a 740 horsepower, drastically designed, $4 million dollar supercar.¬† Sharing a lot of essential design quality to its Aventador sibling, the Veneno uses the same 6.5 liter V12 engine, fetish for carbon fiber, and very similar interior and exterior setup. While the mere 49 horsepower increase over the Aventador’s 691 horsepower output may not justify the additional $3.5 million dollars to purchase the Veneno, but it may explainable through the car’s rarity. Only 3 copies of the Italian supercar will be built, but if your like me, chances are you won’t be able to get your hands on one, especially being that all 3 copies have been spoken for… before the car even made its official debut; making it the most powerful, expensive, and rarest factory built Lamborghini to-date

 Source: Motor Trend

Engine 6.5-liter V-12 engine
Horsepower 740 Horsepower
0 to 60 mph 2.8 seconds
Top speed 221 mph

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