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Veneno (Italy, 2013)

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Lamborghini'sLamborghiniLamborghiniItaly, 1963 > present32 models
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19 videos
surprise supercar for 2013 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. The italian brand debuts a very limited-run supercar called the Veneno to compete with the McLaren P1P1McLaren P1United Kingdom, 2012 > present3 photos
and FerrariFerrariFerrariItaly, 1947 > present233 models
5149 photos
37 videos
supercar. 

The Veneno, which means poison in Spanish, is powered by a 740hp tune of Lamborghini's 6.5-liter V12 that will get the supercar to a top speed of 220mph. Lamborghini is building just three Venenos for £3.1 million (€3.6 million or $4.7 million) each.

The chassis is a modified version of carbon fiber monocoque from the AventadorAventador LP 700-4Lamborghini Aventador LP ...Italy, 2011 > present55 photos
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and most of the body parts are also carbon fiber.



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