In a matter of days we will be seeing the next limited edition Lamborghini being unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show, a car that will celebrate the 100th birthday of the late Ferruccio Lamborghini who founded Automobili Lamborghini SpA back in 1963 ... but at the same Geneva show back in 2016 another celebration model was unveiled.
The Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4 was intended for the 50th anniversary of the company, only three would be available to the public, priced at €3,000,000 each before taxes ... they sold out even before the actual car was unveiled to the general public ... in the end four units of the Veneno were built, one was kept by the factory and three were delivered to customers ... all in a different livery.
In fact the Veneno would be sold in the shades of the Italian tricolore ... green, white and red. The Veneno Verde was sold to Kris Singh who actively drives this extremely rare and valuable car, the Veneno Rosso was sold to Antoine Dominic who owns Lamborghini Long Island ... so what happened to the Veneno Bianca?
Rumor had it Veneno 02, the Bianca one, was originally sold to a customer in the Middle East, but it was told to be available for sale shortly after or even before he took delivery of it ... the white Lamborghini Veneno disappeared from view ... it was supposed to be available for sale on the private market, the Veneno Bianca was never officially listed for sale ... until now, rumor has it the car was initially delivered to Hong Kong, from there it went to China before arriving in Japan now.
Japanese 'International Prestige car dealer', Reckless Co Ltd in Fukuoka City lists the 2013 Lamborghini Veneno 02, or the Bianca, for sale at nearly €10,000,000. With only 840 km on the counter it seems this specific Veneno hasn't been driven at all in the last few years ... if this very rare Raging Bull will actually find a new owner at that price will probably never be disclosed, but it is safe to say the Veneno was a very sound investment in the end.