Video: Lamborghini Veneno Meets its New Owner in Miami

Count your blessings if you’ve been lucky enough to see the Lamborghini Veneno in person. Seeing as there are only three of these babies in existence, it’s a quite a sight to behold.

Better yet, count yourself really lucky if you just happen to have the financial freedom to afford one, kind of like one Kris Singh, who recently took delivery of the second Veneno in his own home on Miami Beach.

It’s become abundantly clear to a lot of people that the Veneno isn’t your ordinary Lamborghini , as if using the word ’ordinary’ to describe Lamborghini is already enough of a stretch as it is. But Singh, who is a manager of a private investment firm, isn’t your ordinary guy, either. The man clearly has the money to pay for a $4.1 million, even if his taste in the Veneno leaves a little to be desired.

Still and all, the mere fact that he had the Veneno delivered personally to his front door is worthy of being documented, which the folks over at duPont Registry were more than happy to do.

And you know what? The video also offers a nice look into the kind of customization — or lack there of — Singh put into his new Veneno before having it delivered to his house.

Click past the jump to read about the Lamborghini Veneno

2013 Lamborghini Veneno

Lamborghini Veneno

Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the new Lamborghini Veneno supercar was based on the latest Aventador, but it took its design language to extremes. The model can be easily distinguished, thanks to its large aerodynamic wing with huge channels and those Y-shaped angular headlamps.

Under the hood, the model gets an updated version of the 6.5 liter V-12 engine found in the Aventador. In the Veneno the engine delivers a total of 750 horsepower, and thanks to its reduced weight, the sprint from 0 to 60 mph is made in 2.8 seconds and top speed goes up to 221 mph.

Also, the Veneno is exclusive as heck with only three models in existence. Lamborghini has toyed with the idea of building more, but nothing has come out of those discussions.


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