The Last Aventador Ever Comes With A Free NFT

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We've got the first image of the NFT right here.

If you haven't heard by now, Lamborghini is electrifying its lineup by 2024. That means either fully electric or at a minimum, hybridized models. As we speak, the very last Lamborghini Aventador is rolling off into the sunset. In fact, that very last of the big naturally-aspirated V12s will be auctioned off. And, if you're into this sort of thing, Lamborghini will give the auction winner a one-of-one NFT (non-fungible token). Both were created with help from some iconic creators, artists Krista Kim and Steve Aoki.

Lambo says the NFT is the world's first supercar 1:1 NFT (below) and will mark "the end of a successful era for Lamborghini and moving the raging bull forward into the digital era."

Whether you're into NFTs or not, there's also some added benefits to being the winner of this auction outside the world of digital art and currency.

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If you place the winning bid on the last Aventador ever, you'll have access to "VIP utilities" like exclusive virtual previews of future limited edition Lamborghini models, a private tour of the Lamborghini museum, and a virtual meet and greet with both Steve Aoki and Krista Kim. Lambo says there's also some other VIP benefits thrown in, but does not specify exactly what those are. Perhaps the winner will get a look at the next generation of Aventador and Lamborghini Huracan models before any of us do.

CEO of Lamborghini, Stephan Winkelmann said that "Lamborghini and the NFT community fit together very well," going on to state that both are "young-spirited innovators." The livery on the Aventador was inspired by Krista Kim's artwork, which makes heavy use of gradient tones. Aoki is also set to produce an exclusive soundtrack for the NFT, apparently inspired by the mood set by the final Aventador.

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As for the car itself, it has an obviously unique livery that will be paralleled with the NFT you see here. The two-tone blue and black livery also comes with some unique interior elements, like a special mash-up of Krista Kim's logo, Aoki's logo, and the famous raging bull crest of Lamborghini, as well as "2022," the last year of Aventador production. If you're looking to bid on this final Aventador, the auction will be held online through RM Sotheby's.

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