This Guy NEVER Lets His Girlfriend Drive Her Lamborghini

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Sometimes parting with a $4.4-million gift can be difficult.

This is the $4.4 million Lamborghini Veneno Roadster that a wealthy Middle Eastern gentleman allegedly bought for his girlfriend. Thanks to Auto Gespot and photographer Zappierjester Photographie, we have these stunning images of the ultra-exclusive supercar cruising around Geneva to share with you. This thing was built to turn heads. But according to those that have seen the car driving around, not once has a girl been behind the wheel. She's obviously the shy and retiring type.

Finished in white-on-white Bianco Isis and Bianco Avorio with a distinct set of brilliant polished chrome wheels, the droptop Veneno has performance to back up its otherworldly looks. Hopefully its true owner will soon get the chance to try out her very special gift.

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