Artists Steve Aoki and Krista Kim were there to hand off the car to its new owner.
Lamborghini first announced that the final Aventador Ultimae would be turned into an NFT a while back, followed by an auction to determine the new owner.
Since then, the auction has obviously been won for a staggering $1,603,125. It turns out you can put a price on history. The car and the NFT were handed over to their new owner by the creators of the digital art - musician Steve Aoki and artist Krista Kim.
We've included a copy of the one-of-one NFT below so you can all see it. After all, art should be seen by people, not kept hidden away. As we mentioned when Lamborghini announced its plans for this final Aventador, the new owner will have access to some pretty cool activities. For seven figures, we'd hope so.
That included a meet-and-greet with Kim and Aoki when they took possession of the new car. Lambo will also throw in exclusive virtual previews of upcoming cars, a private tour of the Lamborghini museum, and other VIP perks the brand didn't elaborate on.
This 769 horsepower Ultimae, predictably, looks just like the one in the above NFT. It's got a black and blue paint job and an orange-accented interior with plenty of Alcantara throughout. After paying more than a million dollars for the car, it's unclear what will become of it.
We have our guesses, but with something so instantly collectible, we're sure the car will surface later. Lamborghini may even want to use the last Aventador Ultimate in future events. It remains to be seen whether the $1.6 million price tag was worth it, but owning the last unassisted V12 Lamborghini is undoubtedly worth a princely sum.