Watch A Lamborghini Veneno Cruise Around Beverly Hills

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Nothing beats spotting a hypercar in the wild.

Some enthusiasts argue that Lamborghini has become softer afterAudi acquired the automaker. Vehicles like this Lamborghini Veneno prove thenaysayers wrong. Only nine Venenos were built and they came at the hefty priceof $4.4 million a piece. So spotting one in any capacity is a rare sight, butseeing one driving around town is even more special. Thanks to South BayExotics, we have a close up look of the hypercar. This specific Veneno is finished in menacing black and has green highlights to accent the hypercar’s jagged lines.

Watch the video below andenjoy the fact that there are people out there willing to drive the $4.4million hypercar.

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