Why Is This Lamborghini A One-Off?

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Think $4 million supercar.

Lamborghini made just four units of the incredible Veneno. And it kept one for itself. Getting hold of one of these is therefore almost impossible, and even if one was to suddenly become available, the original price tag was some four million dollars. One of the most understated areas of the extreme Lambo’s design was the wheels. But one Lambo owner managed to convince the Italian carmaker to create a set for his Aventador. It took them six months to get them ready, and as you can see they look sensational. Hat tip to FCP!

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