Top10 Most Expensive Lamborghinis in the World!
When you hear the name “Lamborghini,” you might think of very expensive, very fast, and very beautiful sports cars with high sticker prices. Even though no Lamborghini car can be called cheap, some of them cost seven figures, which puts them on this list.
Lamborghini was started by Ferruccio Lamborghini in 1963 to compete with Ferrari. Its rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports cars made it stand out right away.
The global economic downturn of the early 1970s hit the company hard, and in 1978 it had to go bankrupt. Today, though, as part of the Volkswagen Group's Audi division, it has made a name for itself as a high-end sports car maker.
The company's high-performance roadsters and racers are known for their unique looks, cutting-edge technology, and lightning-fast speeds. All of the cars on this list have mind-boggling price tags. They are the most expensive Lamborghinis ever sold.
1. Veneno Roadster
The most expensive Lamborghini in the world is the Veneno Roadster, which is worth a whopping $8.3 million. The original starting price was $4.5 million, but the most recent sale was for just under $8.3 million.
It came out in 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show to mark the 50th anniversary of Lamborghini. It has a 6.5-litre aspirated V12 engine in the middle and 750 hp. It can reportedly go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds.
The super sports car is almost completely made of carbon fibre, weighs 3,285 pounds, and has the best aerodynamics to keep it stable on the road.
The Veneno is another car that Lamborghini made to mark its 50th anniversary. It is based on the Aventador. At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Veneno was shown. At the time, it was one of the most expensive production cars in the world.
Its name in Spanish means “venom,” and it is one of three cars in the series that people can buy and drive. The cars have a 6.5-litre V12 engine with 740hp and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and go as fast as 221 mph.
It has more power now because its air intakes are bigger and its exhaust system has been modified. The Veneno's interior is mostly based on that of an Aventador, but it also has “Carbon Skin” from Lamborghini, which was also used in the Aventador J.
The car cost $4 million when it first came out, but it was later bought for $5.3 million, making it the second most expensive Lamborghini in the world.
3. Egoista Concept
The Egoista Concept is the third most expensive Lamborghini in the world.
Lamborghini showed off the car to mark its 50th anniversary. It was named “Egoista,” which means “selfish” in Italian because it had a unique cockpit with only one seat that was modelled after the Apache helicopter.
It was made by Walter de Silva, who is the head of design at Lamborghini. It was based on a Lamborghini Gallardo.
The canopy door comes off completely, and you have to take off the steering wheel to get in and out. It has a 5.2-litre V10 engine that makes around 600 horsepower.
The Egoista Concept, like the Miura Concept, is now on display at the Lamborghini Museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy.
4. Miura Concept
In January 2006, the Lamborghini Miura Concept was shown to the public at the Paley Center for Media. The Lamborghini with a retro look was made to mark the 40th anniversary of the first Miura Concept, which came out in 1966.
It was made by Lamborghini's head of design, Walter de Silva, and had a V12 engine from the Lamborghini Murciélago.
It has a more advanced all-wheel-drive system, a rear spoiler that goes up, side air intakes that go down, brushed aluminium louvres, and a body that is a little bit wider than its predecessor.
The Miura is now on display at the Lamborghini Museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy.
5. Sesto Elemento Concept
In 2001, at the Paris Auto Show, the Sesto Elemento Concept was shown. It has a V10 engine with 570 hp and a six-speed transmission. It is almost entirely made of light carbon fibre and weighs about 2,200 lbs.
In terms of design, everything is black, with small touches of red and the smoothest lines you've ever seen. Lamborghini says the car can go from 0 to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds and can go as fast as 185 mph.
In 2011, only twenty Elemento concepts were made, and each one sold soon after it was announced.
At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, this one-of-a-kind, limited-edition Aventador was on display. The concept car has no windows or roof, but it does have a 6.5-litre V12 engine with 700 horsepower and a single-clutch transmission.
It also has a big diffuser in front and back, 20-inch wheels in front and 21-inch wheels in the back with carbon fibre fans to keep the brakes from getting too hot.
Most of the “extras,” like the air conditioning and radio, have been taken away to make it as light as possible. The seats are made of a custom material made by Lamborghini called “Carbon Skin.” This material is a weave of carbon fibres that have been soaked in resin.
Before it was shown at the Geneva Motor Show, the Aventador J had already been sold for $2.8 million.
7. Reventón Roadster
In 2009, the Lamborghini Reventón Roadster was shown off for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
It is similar to its predecessor, the Reventón, but has some important differences, such as a 6.5-litre V12 engine with 661 hp, 487 lb-ft of torque, and a top speed of 205 mph.
Everything about it is the same as the coupe except for its height. It has the same carbon bodywork on top of a steel spaceframe.
But the best part of the car is the inside, which has multi-mode liquid crystal displays in an aluminium and carbon fibre case, a G-force metre, and luxury leather seats with contrast stitching.
The Reventón Roadster was only made in a total of fifteen cars, and even though they cost $2.2 million each, all fifteen were quickly bought by car fans.
8. Pregunta Concept
In October 1998, the Lamborghini Pregunta Concept was shown off for the first time at the Paris Motor Show.
It was one of the last cars made by Lamborghini before the VW group took over. The car was based on the Diablo and had the same 530 bhp V12 engine.
The aerospace industry was the source of ideas for the Pregunta, which is a concept car. It's mostly made out of carbon fibre, and instead of side mirrors, it has cameras and optical fibre lighting inside.
Lamborghini said that the Pregunta could go as fast as 207 mph and could go from 0 to 62 mph in 3.9 seconds. It's not clear if that's true or not, but if it were, that would be the best thing ever.
The car went on sale in 2013 for a cool $2.1 million, which made it one of the most expensive Lamborghinis in the world.
9. Mansory Carbonado GT
The Carbonado GT is another version of Mansory's Carbonado series. It was shown off at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show for car fans and collectors.
The Mansory team called the GT “a bull made of carbon,” and it is covered from head to toe in carbon fibre.
This includes changes to the bumpers, fenders, and side skirts. For a $2 million super sports car, the interior is about what you would expect. It has two-tone, high-quality leather upholstery, carbon fibre trim, and contrast stitching, which give the Lamborghini a refined, sporty feel.
They also moved the button to start the car from the centre console to the roof lining, which isn't something you see very often.
The Carbonado GT has a 6.5-litre V12 engine, two turbochargers, a brand-new sports exhaust system, and ultralight forged wheels with carbon fibre inserts to improve its performance.
With these specs, the car has 1,600 hp, a top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph), and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.1 seconds!
10. Mansory Carbonado Apertos
The tenth most expensive Lamborghini is the Mansory Carbonado Apertos. It was sold for an eye-popping $1.6 million a few years ago.
Mansory took an ordinary Aventador Roadster and changed everything about it, from the outside to the inside.
The body is made of matte carbon fibre, which gives it a stealthy look, and the inside has been made more attractive with black and yellow leather and detailed stitching.
There are only three models of the Apertos, and you can get a twin-turbo upgrade that boosts the 6.5-litre V12 to 1,250 hp and 900 Nm.
To be clear, that means the Apertos can reach a top speed of 380 km/h (236 mph) and go from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.6 seconds!
The car also has forged light-alloy wheels with carbon inlays that come in two different sizes.
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