That's a ton of money, but a wise investment nonetheless.
If this is the same German dealer that was trying to offload the last of nine Veneno Roadsters a couple of months ago, then he has increased his price to $7.4 million. That takes the sizeable markup on a car that originally sold for $4.4 million to a whopping $3 million. The question potential buyers have to ask themselves is whether the limited edition masterpiece will get more sought after with age. Given the classic car market today, there’s every chance this will one day be traded for seven figures.
In the meantime, the owner can enjoy riding around in a roofless insanely-styled carbon-fiber body, sprinting from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds, while lapping up the 740-horsepower 6.5-liter V12 under their control.