The Most Expensive Car Ever Sold Online Is This Absurdly Expensive Lamborghini Veneno

An online auction recently saw the sale of a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster for $6 million. The most expensive car ever offered for sale online is the extremely rare supercar.

2019 saw the Veneno Roadster, which appeared to be a racing prototype for the rod and was unveiled just in time to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary, impress supercar enthusiasts. The company produced just nine of these roasters. The vehicle that fetched the highest price is painted in Nero (black) and has Verde (green) accents on the diffuser, side skirts, and front splitter, which complement the cabin’s Verde leather upholstery.

 Lamborghini Veneno

In 2015, the vehicle that formerly belonged to a member of the Saudi royal family came off the assembly line. The model was sold on the recently established auction website for Supercar Blondie. The supercar, which is propelled by the same 6.5-liter V12 engine that powers the Aventador, was acquired by the new owner for $6 million.

509 pound-feet of torque and 740 horsepower are produced by it. The engine delivers power to all four wheels with a seven-speed automated manual transmission, allowing for a top speed of 220 mph and an acceleration time of 2.9 seconds from 0 to 62 mph (0 to 97 kph).

With just 1,105 miles (1,778 kilometers) on the clock when the listing was made, the automobile was essentially a garage queen. This corresponds to a yearly average of just 122.7 miles (197.4 kilometers). It’s quite tragic, isn’t it?

Lamborghini Veneno

Its owner has been attempting to sell it for a while. At the plant located in Sant’Agata Bolognese, northern Italy, it was the second Veneno Roadster out of nine ever manufactured. The original price at the time of creation is unknown. There is no doubt about that. Over time, its value increased rapidly, fell, and then increased once more.

The owner attempted to sell it through VIP Motors in 2023 for an astounding $9.52 million. However, the price proved to be “a bit” too high. After being stored in dealerships in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for two years, it resurfaced online a year later with SBX, $3.52 million less.

Six million dollars was the big drop. It seems like a fair price considering the Veneno’s prestige and exclusivity. The vehicle was unveiled by Lamborghini in style, riding on the Cavour, an Italian navy aircraft carrier.

Lamborghini Veneno

The Veneno offered for sale in Dubai is priced higher than the second most costly vehicle offered for sale online. A 2017 LaFerrari Apart sold for $5.36 million through SBX in 2022.

Supercar Blondie, whose real name is Alexandra Hirchi, owns SBX, a relatively new dealership. It’s not going to be trailer-queened around, shown off, and then parked in a garage for the remainder of its life, hopefully. SBX withholds any information regarding its destination and new owner.

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