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I’m sure you already know that one of the Lamborghini Veneno was recently delivered to a very happy Kris Singh in Miami, the United States … with only three Veneno made available to the public the fact that two of them went to customers in the US is really amazing … not surprisingly the third one was bought by an enthusiast from the Middle East.

Now there was only one option when you bought the Veneno back in 2013 …. which color to get for the trim on this 50th Anniversary celebration special … Verde, Bianco or Rosso. Kris opted for the Verde edition as he feels that is the real Lamborghini shade, the customer from the Middle East should have received the Bianco edition by now … which left the Rosso for Antoine Dominic … owner of Lamborghini Long Island.

In fact the red Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4 was delivered first, but it was kept under cover … until recently when the FaceBook page for Lamborghini Long Island showed two photos of this multi-million dollar hyper car from Sant’Agata.

Note that the Lamborghini Veneno Rosso is the closest ‘sibling’ to the original factory show and demo car, as it also has the red trim on the outer sections of the front spoiler, side sills, rear diffuser and rear wing, together with the red brake calipers and red Pirelli scripting on the tires … combined with red stitching inside.

One major thing that is in fact different with how the Veneno was shown at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show are the exterior rear view mirrors and the seats … both derived from the Aventador on all three production cars … however at least one of the ‘customer’ Veneno will get the original prototype seats and mirrors … Kris insisted he could get the stunning Forged Composite seats and the actual, thin rear view mirrors.

So we now have seen two of the three production Veneno … I wonder if the Bianco edition will ever be seen or photographed … just imagine all three of these Veneno side by side forming the Italian TriColore … how cool would that be?