The ultra exclusive Veneno hypercar was built to celebrate Lamborghini's 50th anniversary in 2013.
Based on the Aventador, the aggressively styled Veneno was littered with striking carbon fibre bodywork, which also finds it's way into the monocoque, the brakes and even the woven interior trim. The hypercar's menacing stance was completed with the 355 section rear tyres, the widest ever seen on a road car. The potent 6.5 litre V12 was retained, with power raised to over 740 bhp (now matched by the Aventador SV).
Just three coupes were manufactured for sale (another one was retained by Lamborghini), followed by a run of nine roadsters in 2014. The price? Well, you needed the deepest of deep pockets to find the £3 million necessary to get behind the wheel of a Veneno - the most expensive new production car in the world.