The supercar is based on the Lamborghini Aventador and features the same 6.5-litre V12 engine. However, power has been upped by 50bhp to 740bhp, while the car’s top speed now nudges 220mph.
This bespoke hypercar will cost £2.6million plus tax, and only three will ever be made. To ensure the Veneno performs as well as its list price suggests, every body panel will be made from carbon fibre. This should help the Veneno sprint from 0-60mph in less than three seconds.
The Veneno marks the Italian supercar maker’s 50th anniversary, and is covered in typically ostentatious Lamborghini design features, including the fact that it looks like a speeding racing car, even when it's standing still. In a nod to its Italian heritage, each one gets individually painted red, white and green accents.
The Veneno costs more than £2million more than the Aventador, but for the lucky three owners, the cars exclusivity alone should go some way to justify the huge price tag.