The owner wants three times its original asking price.
Extremely rare and limited supercars are some of the best investments in the world. Cars like the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porshce 918 Spyder regularly sell for over the original asking price when they hit the "used" car market, but nothing beats the price of this Lamborghini Veneno. To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Lamborghini created a total of five supercars that were based off of the Aventador. Three were sold, while Lamborghini kept the other two. At $4.5 million, the Veneno wasn't exactly cheap.
This Veneno, which is on the used market, is going for a substantial bit more than when new. At roughly $11 million, it's close to being almost three times the original price tag. The seller doesn't provide all of the details behind the limited edition supercar except for the fact that it's finished in grey and has never been involved in an accident. The supercar has only traveled 552 miles since it came out three years ago and has most likely lived a sheltered life. It's likely that this life was lived in Hong Kong and Macau. We say that because shots of a grey Veneno en route to Macau via Hong Kong were captured a few years back. Only three were made, so it's not like this detective work is all that complicated or anything.
All five Venenos came with a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine from the Aventador that were upgraded to 740 hp and 507 lb-ft of torque. This means the Veneno is a special beast, but who would've thought it's special enough to command $11 million?