It's the only Gallardo LP560-4 in the world finished in Verde Scandal with a matching interior.
Legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather is famous for having unique supercars like the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita commissioned for his coveted collection, but he isn't the only sportsman that's owned a bespoke supercar. Pro wrestler and actor John Cena is the proud owner of the only Verde Scandal Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 in the world, which he affectionately dubs the "LamborGREENi." As if its bright green paint finish wasn't already striking enough, the bespoke supercar also has a custom interior which is sure to be an acquired taste.
According to Cena, the car's original owner wanted the interior leather to match the garish green exterior and have the cabin covered entirely in Verde Scandal. But because it was a one-of-one color, Lamborghini's upholstery shop couldn't produce an exact match. Instead, Lamborghini settled for a 'Grellow' color that mixes green with yellow.
The dual tone seats are a mix of Nero Perseus black and 'Grellow', while Q-Citura Rhomboid pattern upholstery stitching has been applied to the seats, door panels and roof. It also comes with a 6-speed E-Gear transmission, power heated seats, a Style and Branding package, Cordelia aluminum wheels, and a transparent engine bay that lets you admire its beating V10 heart in all its glory. Being the hardcore LP560-4 model, Cena's 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 that sends 560 horsepower to all four wheels. Cena is now parting ways with his beloved 'Lamborgreeni,' which is currently listed for sale via Lamborghini Palm Beach with a price tag of $147,788.
That may sound like a lot for an eight-year old Gallardo, but factor in the fact it's only done 4,236 miles in its lifetime and has a celebrity connection, and the hefty asking price isn't surprising at all.