Lamborghini is a name that everyone has heard and if you are a true car collector, you’ll be ready to spend a lot of money to buy a rare Lamborghini. If you are a true Lamborghini fan you would try to buy the most expensive Lamborghini model.
Ferruccio Lamborghini Founded Lamborghini in 1963 and the main target of this company was to compete with Ferrari. After being launched, Lamborghini immediately made their mid-engine sports car its trademark.
So, here at Fueled Exotics we studied the brand and go through all their models. After comprehensive research, we created a list of 10 of the most expensive Lamborghini models ever produced. As Lamborghini makes high-performance vehicles, they also come with a huge price tag of 6 to 7 digits. So, here is the list:
|Rank||Name||Price (In Dollars)|
|1.||Veneno Roadster||8.3 million|
|2.||SC18 Alston||7.0 million|
|4.||Sian FKP 37||3.6 million|
|5.||Miura P400SV||2.96 million|
|6.||Centenario Roadster||2.92 million|
|7.||Sesto Elemento||2.9 million|
|8.||Aventador J||2.8 million|
|9.||Reventon roadster||2.2 million|
10. Reventon ($1.5 million) :
In 2007 at the Frankfurt motor show when Lamborghini launched their Reventon they also claimed to only produce 20 units. This made this car very rear and the price tag is justify it.
The exterior design of Reventon is taken from the aerospace industry this was to make the car aerodynamic to reach high speed. The Interior of the Reventon was made of carbon fiber and the styling is done by Alcantara to give the customer a premium feel.
Most of the mechanics of the car are similar to Murcielago like its 6.5-liter V12 engine. The engine is capable of producing 641 horsepower. However, due to its rarity, it was given a price tag of $1.5 million.
9. Reventon roadster($ 2.2 million):
Reventon roadster was launched as Frankfurt motorsports in 2009. However, after the launch, it was observed that this model was more famous than the Coupe version.
Reventon Roadster has a V-12 engine that is capable to produce 661 horsepower which let this car go from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds. The mechanics were similar to Murcielago LP670.
It was claimed that only 15 units will be produced. At the time of the launch, the MRSP of the car was $1.2 million. Because of high demand, the price was increased to $2.2 million.
8. Aventador J ($2.8 million):
In 2012, Lamborghini unveiled their Aventador J at the Geneva motor show. It was done just after 6 months after launching the Aventador coupe. Lamborghini was trying to make a roadster version of the Aventador.
Aventador J comes out without a roof, windows, radio, and Air conditioner. It was done to reduce the weight of the car so that it could reach high speed.
The car came out in a unique color catted Muted Red and the interior of the car was made of a material called carbon skin. The car gets its power from a 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 690 horsepower.
At the Geneva Motor show, the price of the car was also told and the price tag was $2.8 million.
7. Sesto Elemento ($2.9 million ):
The Sesto Elemento was launched at Paris Motor Show in 2010, sources tell that this vehicle worked somewhere in the range of 2010 to 2012. Developed generally from carbon fiber which gives it its name, just 20 vehicles were produced and the price tag was $2.92 million.
Power was provided by a motor obtained from Gallardo Super Leggera a 5.2-liter V10 engine that gives power to all four wheels with 562 Horsepower. It measures the weight of only 2202 pounds. this car can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and accomplish a high speed of 221 mph.
6. Centenario Roadster ($2.92 million):
Centenario Roadster was launched in 2016 on the 100th birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini. This car was built on carbon fiber chassis and comes with a triple exhaust outlet system and was priced at $2.29 million.
Centenario was launched as a testing bed in the market on which Lamborghini tested their late technology of aerodynamics and a 10.1 inches infotainment system. This car was an all-wheel drive but had rear-wheel steering while which provides extra stability at higher speeds. However, only 40 units were manufactured.
This car came with a 759 horsepower V12 engine which help this car achieve a top speed of 217 mph.
5. Miura P400SV( $2.96 million):
Appearing Lamborghini’s center staged model at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, the Miura P400 was the very beginning super hit and was the quickest street lawful creation car. At the time the P400SV arrived in 1971, its accomplishment was motor upgrades like improved carburetors and devoted grease for transmission.
Miura was powered by the V12 motor resulting in the production of 380 hp. Just 150 units of famous game vehicles were assembled and one was unloaded in Paris for $2.96 million.
4. Sian FKP 37($ 3.6 million):
In 2019, Sian was launched online. It was Lamborghini’s first hybrid car and, in this hybrid, they used a supercapacitor instead of battery packs for quick power. Sian was also the first car to have 3d printed interior parts.
This car had a full carbon fiber body and was powered by a V12 engine that produces 807 horsepower and does 0 to 60 MPH in just 2.8 seconds. This car was sold by Lamborghini under a price tag of $3.6 million.
3. Veneno ($5.3 million):
Created for Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary, Veneno depended on the Aventador and was presented in 2013 at Geneva Motor Show. Based on a carbon fiber monocoque skeleton, the 2-entryway roadster wore outrageous stream-lined components that gave it extraordinary track capacity.
Just 3 units that are all-wheel-drive Veneno were worked for clients with a 740 hp 6.5-liter V12 giving the inspiration to a 0-60 mph season of 2.8 seconds. At the point when it was sent off, it wore a sticker price of $4M, however, one of them was bought for $5.3 million later.
2. SC18 Alston ($7.0 million):
Based on Aventador SVJ mechanics. SC18 is one of the sickest car Lamborghini have made. The car is inspired by Huracan GT3 Evo and Super Trofeo Evo. The best thing about this car Is the adjustable carbon fiber wing.
This car is powered by V12 producing 759 horsepower. Make this car go from 0 to 60 in just 2.8 seconds. However, this car has a price tag of $7.0 million.
1. Veneno Roadster ($ 8.3 million):
The Veneno Roadster was divulged in 2014 on an Italian plane carrying a warship in Abu Dhabi and at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show. Planned with a rollover bar rather than a rooftop, and flaunting the streamlined proficiency and solidness of race vehicles, just 9 of these streets’ lawful show-stoppers were fabricated.
Fueled by a 6.5-liter V12 power plant spreading out 740 horse power, it has a maximum velocity of 221 mph. Evaluated at $4.5 million when new, a salesperson sold a Veneno Roadster for $8.3 million in Switzerland in 2019.
So, here is our list of 10 of the most expensive Lamborghini models ever produced. Lamborghini is a dream of many. So, to fulfill your dream you can rent a Lamborghini, and Fueled exotics is the best stop-shop. You can rent your favorite Lamborghini from us and enjoy the experience of its drive.
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