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Very aggressive styling for the new limited edition Lamborghini Veneno ... only three will be made of this Raging Bull
Impressive rear view of the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno to be unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Auto Sow
That back fin sure looks really impressive in combination with the fixed rear wing on the Lamborghini Veneno
High angle view of the Lamborghini Veneno nicely showing the roof mounted air intake that extends into a vertical fin all the way back to the rear wing.
Check out the animal like fins on the engine cover of the Lamborghini Veneno, too bad only three will ever be made.
Full side view of the brand new, limited edition Lamborghini Veneno, a very intimidating animal like design based on the Aventador.
If the Lamborghini Veneno looks good from the side you will be even more impressed with the rear view ... now that's what I call a Raging Bull ...
Almost looks like a predator waiting to attack a prey ... meet the Lamborghini Veneno limited edition model.
The Lamborghini Veneno might use the Aventador as a basis, but she sure looks totally different ... a lot more aggressive.
The interior inside the Lamborghini Veneno, forged composite seats with Carbon Skin padding ... and check out that central console with the TriColore switchgear
One of the three Lamborghini Veneno sold to the public will be finished in green, this virtual mock up shows the Verde paint
Rear view of how the Lamborghini Veneno could look in bright green ... one of the shades from the TriColore that is available on this car.
The Italian flag has three shades, white being one of them ... check out this virtual impression of the Lamborgini Veneno Bianco
I fof one really like that red Y-shape taillight, here a virtual look at the Lamborghini Veneno Bianco seen from the rear.
As much as I like the Aventador in red I have to admit I would opt for the Lamborghini Veneno in white instead of this Rosso shade ... in a virtual mock up.
If this Lamborghini Veneno appears in your rear view mirror there is only one option ... move out of the way and admire the rear of this uber exotic !
Early morning at the 2013 Geneva Auto show on March 5 ... the Lamborghini Veneno is still 'under wraps' ...
Even 'under cover' the Lamborghini Veneno profile is extremely impressive
The Y shaped headlight is already visible underneath the thin cover hiding the Lamborghini Veneno prior to the press conference at Geneva
Finally the cover is removed from the Lamborghini Veneno at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show ...
Stephan Winkelmann is smiling next to the 3 million Euro Lamborghini Veneno ... all three are already sold at this moment.
The vertical fin on the Lamborghini Veneno helps with stabilty when travelling at high speed.
A lot of intakes, fins, spoilers and outlets characterize the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno
The Lamborghini Veneno looks like it could be entered into the 24h of Le Mans without too much modifications.
Imagine waking up to in the morning to find the Lamborghini Veneno hiding in your garage ... ouch !
Naturally the doors on the Lamborghini Veneno still open in the Raging Bull tradition ... up and out just like on the Aventador
The beast spreads its wing ... the doors on the Lamborghini Veneno open up and out, just like they should on the Raging Bull
Note the red scripting on the Pirelli P Zero tires mounted on the Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4
The Lamborghini Veneno was created to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Automobili Lamborghini, only three will be made ... all sold by now.
Several stabilization fins and sills are found on the Lamborghini Veneno, remember this 750hp Bull rages to 100km/h in only 2.8 seconds
Closer look at the front of the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno
Large headlights, massive air intakes, big outlets and vertical fins all help to cool and stabilize the Lamborghini Veneno
A higher angle look at the impressive race styled Lamborghini Veneno
A massive amount of lines are typical for the design of the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno
The side mounted air intake on the Lamborghini Veneno flows into the rear fender
The roof mounted air intake on the Lamborghini Veneno flows into the vertical fin at the back.
This number zero Lamborghini Veneno will be the only one showing the TriColore on the side, the three production models will not get this line.
The carbon fiber ring on the wheels of the Lamborghini Veneno acts like a turbine to pull even more air onto the brakes.
A large, fixed rear wing was mounted on the Lamborghini Veneno, add the fins on the lower diffuser and you get an amazing style.
Rear view visibilty from the driver seat might not be perfect, so there is a rear view camera installed on the Lamborghini Veneno
A lot is going on at the rear of the Lamborghini Veneno with a multitude of wings, struts and fins
The horizontal rear wing section is adjustable on the Lamborghini Veneno
New seven spoke wheels with central locking mechanism are installed on the Lamborghini Veneno
Carbon ceramic disks are featured on the Lamborghini Veneno
The rear section of the Lamborghini Veneno is styled like a real race car with the air intake and wide fenders
Imagine driving the Lamborghini Veneno in the pouring rain ... I think we'll have a spectacle from water through those outlets
Check out the exhausts on the Lamborghini Veneno, a quartet arranged in a two by two setting right in the middle of the rear diffuser
At least the vertical fin doubles as a perfect spot for the name of the Lamborghini Veneno
The entire styling of the Lamborghini Veneno has only one purpose ... perfecting aerodynamics and roadholding.
The Lamborghini Veneno might be based on the Aventador seen in the background, but it is a totally different car
The Lamborghini Veneno is probably the closest thing to a street legal race car in the 21st century
Full carbon fiber door panels, Carbon Skin upholstery combined with alcantara inside the Lamborghini Veneno
The engine cover on the Lamborghini Veneno has three outlets to keep the V12 cool
Clear carbon fiber combined with metallic grey paint and red details characterize the Lamborghini Veneno
Take a look at the TriColore switchgear on the clear carbon fiber central console inside the Lamborghini Veneno
Alcantara, Carbon Skin and clear carbon fiber are used in large quantities inside the Lamborghini Veneno
Multi point seat belts, Forged Composite seat shells, Carbon Skin and alcantara on the padding ... the interior of the Lamborghini Veneno
The fuel cap on the Lamborghini Veneno ... just a detail perhaps, but it looks really good anyway
The Veneno script on the clear carbon fiber side sill of the Lamborghini Veneno
A perfect combination of red and black for the interior of the Lamborghini Veneno
Fighter style switch gear on the central console of the Lamborghini Veneno, the start button is still found underneath a red cover.
It might not look like it, but these Forged Composite seats inside the Lamborghini Veneno are actually rather comfortable.
Clear carbon fiber door panels on the Lamborghini Veneno, note the handle to pull the door down
Carbon fiber, reversed leather and smooth leather combined with TriColore stitching on the steering wheel inside the Lamborghini Veneno
Another look at the clear carbon fiber central console with the custom switches found inside the Lamborghini Veneno
Totally different graphics are used for the dashboard display inside the Lamborghini Veneno
Even the headliner inside the Lamborghini Veneno fits perfectly in sync with the exterior styling.
Beautiful red passthrough for the seat belts and red stitching used for the Raging Bull on the headrest of the Lamborghini Veneno
The multi point seat belts inside the Veneno not only feature the Lamborghini script but also the Italian TriColore flag.
I guess those covers hide the buttons for the rockets, missile launchers and rapid firing guns hidden on the Lamborghini Veneno
The Lamborghini Veneno might look like a race car ... but it still offers the required creature comforts
Check out the G-meter at the bottom of the central display ... pulling 0.7G right now ... in demonstration mode of the Lamborghini Veneno
On the left side of the steering wheel inside the Lamborghini Veneno we get five switches ... necessary for road use.
Very nice graphics on the modified dashboard display inside the Lamborghini Veneno
Put the pedal to the metal in the Lamborghini Veneno and you are doing 100Km/h after only 2.8 seconds
Forged Composite seats with a few pads are all you need to drive the Lamborghini Veneno
The Lamborghini Veneno still has sun visors and a rear view mirror ... the latter is rather useless however.
A large air outlet sits just in front of the windshield on the Lamborghini Veneno
Staggered air vents on the engine cover of the Lamborghini Veneno ... it takes four bolts and two people to remove
A full rear view of the Lamborghini Veneno ... Darth Vader anyone ?
The front of the Lamborghini Veneno seen from a higher angle ... impressive doens't quite cover it.
The red section on the clear carbon fiber rear wing looks really amazing on the Lamborghini Veneno
Through the multitude of air vents and intakes on the Lamborghini Veneno you can get a glimpse of the V12 engine
I wouldn't drive the Lamborghini Veneno in the snow with that low front spoiler.
Forward pointing front spoiler and vertical side fins on the bumper of the Lamborghini Veneno
The front fender doesn't extend all the way down to the side sill on the Lamborghini Veneno
Because of the wider rear on the Veneno the exterior rear view mirrors need higher struts
The Lamborghini Veneno shows some serious race car styling but still is street legal
Just in front of the rear wheels there is an air outlet on the lower side sill of the Lamborghini Veneno
The name Veneno ... poison in Spanish suits this extreme lamborghini like a glove
The Y shape on the taillights went to extremes on the Lamborghini Veneno, just like the entire car in fact.
The large vertical section on the rear diffuser doubles as the exhaust surround on the Lamborghini Veneno
Four square exhaust pipes are nicely mounted in the lower rear diffuser of the Lamborghini Veneno
A simple five spoke design for the wheels on the Lamborghini Veneno, but the carbon fiber ring and red anodized central locking bolt makes them look stunning.
Very special design on the headlights used on the Lamborghini Veneno
Low and mean ... just how you could describe the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno
Another look at the dashboard mounted inside the Lamborghini Veneno
From this angle those air vents on the front of the Lamborghini Veneno look very intimidating
The styling of the engine cover on the Lamborghini Veneno almost looks like a predator
The Lamborghini Veneno back to sleep on the evening of March 5. 2013 ... ready to stun the world once again the next day.
Introduction of the Lamborghini Veneno at the VIP evening on March 4 in Geneva
The first public unveiling during the VAG evening event on the verge of the Geneva Auto Show
Naturally Stephan Winkelmann had to to a lot of interviews with the automotive press after showing the Lamborghini Veneno
The amazing looking Lamborghini Veneno on the stand of the 2013 Geneva Auto Show
Doors open on the Lamborghini Veneno ... ready to attack the open road ...
The side profile on the Lamborghini Veneno shows some serious race car influences
I sure wouldn't mind parking this Lamborghini Veneno in my garage, just look at that profile ...
Rear three quarter view of the impressive Lamborghini Veneno on the stand at Geneva
From this full rear view on the Lamborghini Veneno you might mistake it for a space ship
A very inviting photo of the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show
The dashboard inside the Lamborghini Veneno still has a very luxurious look despite being inside a race car for road use.
The seats inside the Lamborghini Veneno are a work of art on their own.
In the Lamborghini VIP village setup at the Monza stint of the Blancpain Super Trofeo series the 3 million Euro Veneno was out in the open air.
Rear view of the Veneno on display at the Lamborghini VIP village on the paddock of the Monza track during the Super Trofeo race weekend.
Full front view of the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno on display during the first race in the 2013 Blancpain Super Trofeo in Monza
Detail shot of the wide front wheel arch over the impressive 'turbine' wheels found on the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno
Lots of carbon fiber is still visible on the limited edition Lamborghini Veneno, seen here on the Monza paddock
Very intricate and complex design at the front of the Lamborghini Veneno super car, only three of these will be sold.
This low angle front corner view of the Lamborghini Veneno clearly shows the menacing look of this limited edition super Aventador
One glance at the front of the Lamborghini Veneno and you just know this brutal looking V12 means business
Too late to run now, those intakes at the front of the Lamborghini Veneno will eat you alive ...
You can see a regular Aventador in background here, the Lamborghini Veneno is based on that model ... but doesn't share too much with it anymore.
I have seen the Lamborghini Veneno in Geneva, and I know this rear wing is big ... but from this angle it is monstrous looking.
The rear of the Lamborghini Veneno might look more like a space ship than a car, but trust me ... it is a super car all the way
 
 

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