50th anniversary lamborghini veneno
 
50th anniversary lamborghini veneno 50th anniversary lamborghini veneno
mar 07, 2013

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno

 50th anniversary lamborghini venenofront view detailimage courtesy automobili lamborghini

 

 

conceived as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of automobili lamborghini – the ‘ lamborghini veneno’ – presented at the 2013 geneva international motor show – is a unique limited edition model, which will only see three produced worldwide. featuring a 6.5 liter 750 horsepower V12 engine, the fighting bull can launch from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds when coupled with its 7-speed ISR racing transmission – achieving a top speed of 355 km/h.

 

weighing just under 1,450 kgs – 125 kilograms lighter than the aventador – the new development extensivelyutilizes carbon-fiber materials, with the complete chassis produced as a CFRP monocoque, as with the exterior. laid out for perfect airflow and downforce, the front end works as a large aerodynamic wing: large channels guide the air to the outlets in the hood and windshield, as well as to the front wheels. angular Y-shaped headlamps reach well into the fenders as well as the scissor doors.

 

 

  50th anniversary lamborghini veneno front viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno front 3/4 side viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno front 3/4 driver side viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno drivers side viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno rear 3/4 side viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno side 3/4 rear viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno 3/4 rear viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno rear viewimage © designboom

50th anniversary lamborghini veneno front detail viewimage © designboom

rear side view detailimage © designboom

just like the front end, the rear of the ‘veneno’ has also been optimized for underbody aerodynamics and high speed cornering stability. its smooth underbody transitions into a substantial diffuser, framing the four exhaust pipes which are divided by a splitter to increase the level of control and gripat high-speeds. woven carbon-fiber ‘carbonskin’ is utilized to adorn the entire cockpit, including the two racing bucket seats and headliner.

 

3/4 passenger rear viewimage courtesy automobili lamborghini

 

 

veneno top viewimage courtesy automobili lamborghini

 

 

rear end detailimage courtesy automobili lamborghini

 

 

carbon skin outfitted interior cockpitimage courtesy automobili lamborghini

 

 

  • la la, la la, la la, la la, BATMAN!

    But where does the shopping, the kids and the wife go?

    Dr Design says:
  • 2 nice

    clement mogatle says:
  • BATIMOVIL………

    Arturo says:
  • Well, Dr Design,
    Batman doesn’t need to worry about all of that

    SS says:
  • @ Dr Design who needs a wife when you have this!

    Skits says:
  • Fantastic car… the rear looks like Darth Vader mask 🙂

    paulex says:
  • berzerk!!!!

    apik says:
  • For the most of the time I would prefer Lamborghini over Ferrari, but this this time I would not, when I see this: https://www.designboom.com/technology/ferrari-laferrari-electric-hybrid-supercar/?utm_campaign=Saturday&utm_medium=e-mail&utm_source=subscribers

    Dannito says:
  • transformers robot car

    Volkan says:
  • Nouveau modèle HYUNDAI?!

    Sam says:
  • that is just awful, and I’m a huge fan of Lambo, normally…
    it’s like Tron and Batman had a baby…

    Bedlamite23 says:
  • The wife goes behind there wheel while the husband looks after the kids!! thats where the wife and kids go 😉

    Michelle says:
  • The kids and wife run off with another man and take the groceries, hopefully. Who needs ’em? Can do my own shopping, or eat out even. It’s a two-seater for any woman who cares to tag along for a night or two.

    Cezar Su Xin says:
  • It looks so overdone, too many angles. The view at the back of the car looking down it kind of horizontally is beautiful. But everything else looks just jagged and overdone. I would still drive the piss out of it, were the chance to arrive.

    Smitty says:
  • Wow! I remember when I was a kid I had the 1984 Lambo Poster on my wall.

    JeremySaysYes.com says:
  • YYYUCKKK!!!!

    steve says:
  • Takes a little getting used to, like the aventador. But when you see it in person it starts to make sense. At first the aventador seemed over the top for me. But having seen several in person I now get it. The car says ” I’m raging mad, get out of my way!” And isn’t that the point of Lamborghini? BTW I own a gallardo, and it seem pretty tame to me now in comparison. Ferrari styling pales in comparison.

    Nmarsh says:
  • i,m a big fan of lambo… and seriously if i had this i wll never stop it on any signal… who cares to follow the law when you have the power in your hand.. 😛

    harpreet says:
  • This is not a car, this is a SPACE SHUTTLE !!!!!

    Dado says:
  • Bat Man meets Star`Wars….but i like it. the wing looks cheap though ! love to see how it handles .

    dennis says:
  • really nice nd i love it

    Rahul Raushan says:
  • very very wow……my dream car……

    saiful says:
  • I found my future car

    Nick says:
  • I love it, but every time I look at those side mirrors all I see are little chicken wings.

    that one guy says:
  • Gimme a Veneno now pretty please

    Tyler pellick says:
  • soooo lamborghini is entering the space travel market? is this what i am seeing? this is horrible! before you rip your eyes out, check out the new ferrari prototype, its gorgeous 🙂

    gregory says:

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