Choose from the Veneno, Centenario, and Sian.
Lamborghini, like so many other high-end automakers, is always keen to maximize profits with special editions. There have been numerous limited-run supercars from the Italian marque, and the latest is the Lamborghini Countach. If you want one of these, you're out of luck and will have to pay an obscene amount to tempt a reservation holder away from their build slot. It's a similar story with other Lamborghini special editions, and the older these limited-run works of art get, the more they're worth. Just finding a collector willing to part with a special exotic can be challenging, but one dealer in Germany has three limited-edition Lambos for you to choose from.
The dealer in question is called Luxcars and is offering the Veneno, the Centenario, and both versions of the Sian (coupe and roadster). The Veneno is the oldest and rarest on offer, having been built in 2013 as part of Lamborghini's 50th anniversary. Just three coupes were made and nine roadsters, which goes a way to explaining why Luxcars wants €7.99 million, or more than $9.2 million. When new, these went for around $3.9 million, plus taxes.
Next is the Centenario, which arrived to celebrate Ferruccio Lamborghini's 100th birthday with a production run of 20 coupes and 20 roadsters. These were a little more affordable when Lamborghini launched them with a starting price of around $1.9 million, but the two examples offered today are a little dearer. One with 311 miles is going for a little under $2.1 million while the other that has nothing more than delivery mileage is offered at just over $3 million. Not bad when a recent example finished in red sold for $5.5 million.
Finally, Luxcars is selling two imaginary cars. What we mean is that it has build slots available for both the Sian coupe and the Sian roadster, which allows the buyer to specify the exact details and options they would like to see here. Obviously, any options would carry a fee to be paid to Lamborghini over and above the cost of the slot purchase. Two build slots for the coupe are available, with the first carrying a cost of around $3.2 million and the other a little more than $100k dearer. The roadster is even more expensive with a price of over $3.8 million since only 19 roadsters will be produced (while 63 coupes will be made). Sure, these are all very pricy, but in 20 years when there are no unelectrified Lambos around, we're sure these limited editions will be worth their weight in gold.