On Monday January 20th 2014, one of three Lamborghini Veneno’s in he world was delivered to Kris Singh at his new home on Miami Beach. The car was delivered to Singh’s Miami residence at 7:00 p.m.. As darkness fell and the lights of colorful South Beach blended with the bright halogen lights and vivid colors of the commemorative Italian hyper-car, the masterpiece was unloaded off of a flatbed, and keys were presented to Mr. Singh. The vehicle is believed to be history’s highest priced, retail, new car sale, at a tag of $4,106,000 for Veneno #2. The vehicle was sold to Singh by St. Louis Motorcars/Lamborghini St. Louis, which is owned by Graham Hill and J.J. Mills. Hill was on hand to present the Veneno to a euphoric Singh. The vehicle was shipped from the factory to, and prepped at, Prestige Imports/ Lamborghini Miami. Owner Brett David graciously welcomed the opportunity to help facilitate such a significant transaction. After taking official delivery of the $4 million dollar car, Singh and Hill promptly drove the supercar to a South Beach restaurant for dinner, and Singh proudly parked his new prized possession right in front, for all of South Beach to see and enjoy.
Here is what Lamborghini’s newset bull the Lamborghini Huracan sounds like when it starts up
So what happens when you’re a foreign exchange student and you have a car worth over a quarter million dollars and you cant take it back home with you? You got to sell it. Really rare car with only 5 of that color in the world alone. This car when bought band new runs you north of $300,000 but can yours for a mear $270,000! As much of a joke this seems this is one rare Lamborghini, well one rare Lamborghini Super Trofeo Stradale.
So after much of a shitstorm over at http://www.luxury4play.com/lamborghini/112016-2000hp-murcie-sv.html which was very funny had good laughs! The Stig Runs? But with how much horsepower 2000WHP? Is it so or is it far from it.
But really I want to see how much power it puts down, the battle of TT lambos begins.
Underground Hero takes you on a tour of he Yakuza, but when it comes to cars they are just like your everyday people.
Style is personal, fun is universal. That’s what you need to embrace before watching this film. Morohoshi-san is living between the lines, somewhere in that gray section. Mixing with the undesirables and modifying his Lamborghini in ways most of us would never dream of doing. His style is unique and questionable but one things for sure, he’s too busy having fun to care what you think! And that’s truly what makes him a cool character.