The most expensive Lamborghinis in the world are some of the craziest looking sports cars you’ve ever seen.
But, to be able to buy one, you’re going to need some seriously deep pockets.
We’re talking $1.6 million deep, at a minimum, but more like $6 million deep if you want the best!
So, let’s see what all the hype is about.
Here’s a list of the 5 most expensive Lamborghini cars in the world.
Veneno Roadster Lamborghini
The Veneno Roadster is the world's most expensive Lamborghini, costing $8.3 million. The initial asking price was $4.5 million, but the most recent transaction was for just less than $8.3 million.
It was unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show to commemorate Lamborghini's 50th anniversary.
It can purportedly attain a high speed of 221 mph and go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds, thanks to a mid-mounted 6.5-liter aspirated V12 engine with 750 hp.
The super sports car, which weighs 3,285 pounds and is nearly entirely built of carbon fiber, is distinguished by optimum aerodynamics to provide road stability.
The Veneno, based on the Aventador, is another of Lamborghini's innovations to commemorate the company's 50th anniversary.
The Veneno was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show as one of the most expensive production automobiles in the world at the time.
Its name translates to'venom' in Spanish, and it's one of three automobiles in the series that are available for purchase.
The cars have a 6.5-liter V12 engine with 740hp and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds, with a top speed of 221 mph.
The additional power is due to larger air intakes and a specifically tuned exhaust system.
The interior of the Veneno is based primarily on that of the Aventador, but it also contains Lamborghini's 'Carbon Skin'.The automobile was originally priced at $4 million, but was later bought for $5.3 million, making it the world's second most expensive Lamborghini.
Egoista Concept Lamborghini
The Egoista Concept is the world's third most costly Lamborghini.
Lamborghini unveiled the automobile to commemorate the company's 50th anniversary. Because of its distinctive one-seat cockpit, which was inspired by the Apache helicopter, it was suitably titled 'Egoista,' which means'selfish' in Italian.
It was based on a Lamborghini Gallardo and designed by Lamborghini's chief of design, Walter de Silva.
To get in and out, the canopy door must be completely removed, and the steering wheel must also be removed.
It has a 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces around 600 horsepower.
The Egoista Concept, like the Miura Concept, is presently on exhibit at the Lamborghini Museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy.
Miura Concept Lamborghini
In January 2006, the Lamborghini Miura Concept was unveiled to guests at the Paley Center for Media.
The Lamborghini was commissioned to mark the 40th anniversary of the original Miura Concept's launch in 1966.
It had a V12 engine from the Lamborghini Murciélago and was developed by Walter de Silva, Lamborghini's design chief.
It has a rising rear spoiler, lower side intakes, brushed aluminum louvers, and a somewhat broader body than its predecessor, as well as a sophisticated all-wheel-drive system.
The Miura is now on exhibit at the Lamborghini Museum in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy.
Sesto Elemento Concept Lamborghinis
The Sesto Elemento Concept was exhibited at the Paris Auto Show in 2001. Estimated value is $2.8 million.
It features a 570 hp V10 engine, a six-speed transmission, and is made almost entirely from lightweight carbon fiber, weighing around 2,200lbs.
Lamborghini claims that the car can reach 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds and has a top speed of over 185 mph.
Only twenty Elemento concepts were produced in 2011, each one selling within days of being announced.
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