Features and Prices of Lamborghini Veneno in Nigeria

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1. Overview of Lamborghini Veneno

To celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2013, Lamborghini decided to make a one-of-a-kind model that would leave an indelible mark on supercar enthusiasts, naming it after an infamous fighting killer bull - Lamborghini Veneno.

Not only was it customized after the Aventador, but it was also available for only a limited number of customers (only 3 units of the coupe were made for sale). The company later added the Roadster variant to the list, making 9 units only for sale. This high-end supercar was displayed at the popular Geneva Motor show in the same year and is Lamborghini's most expensive and rarest model. Stay glued for the Lamborghini Veneno price in Nigeria, specs, and a lot more.


Only 5 Venenos were made when it was first introduced, and only 3 were sold!

2. Price of Lamborghini Veneno in Nigeria

The Lamborghini Veneno is one of the most expensive cars in the world, and the most expensive Lamborghini car ever made. When it debuted at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, it was valued at millions in US dollars which equals billions in Naira, and that is just the coupe. A year later, the Veneno roadster, priced a bit more than the coupe, was launched and shown to the public. Below are the prices of the Lamborghini Veneno:

Brand-new Lamborghini Veneno 2019 price
 Model Price in Nigerian naira
 Brand-new Lamborghini Veneno coupe From ₦1.5 billion ($4 million)
 Brand-new Lamborghini Veneno Roadster From ₦1.7 billion ($4.5 million)
Used Lamborghini Veneno 2019 price
 Model Price in Nigerian naira
Used Lamborghini Veneno coupe ₦1.1 billion - ₦1.3 billion
Used Lamborghini Veneno Roadster ₦1.1 billlion - ₦2.9 billion

Did you notice how the Veneno's used price was even sometimes more than brand new? That's because it is now a collector's item, with a Roadster recently fetching $8.3 million or ₦2.9 billion at an auction this year, 2019.

$7 million Lamborghini Veneno Roadster causes chaos in Central London!!!

Where to buy Lamborghini Veneno

More places where you can find used Lamborghini Veneno coupe or roadster is on the internet or at auctions. This is because the car is so rare that there's no store who can gain the exclusive right to distribute it.

You can check here the site which used to auction the most expensive Veneno ever at $8.3 million in September this year.


The most expensive Veneno auctioned in 2019 at $8.3 million

3. Features and design of Lamborghini Veneno

  • Exterior and interior specifications

Just throw one look at the Lamborghini Veneno and you'll think it's made for car racing or major show-offs and drifts. The vehicle comes with a 740 horsepower engine that produces 8,400 revs per minute. The 6.5-liter V12 engine also boosts the speed of this sports car to a max of 354kmph, allowing it to cover 100km from zero in just 2.9 seconds.


The Veneno somehow resembles an Aventador by its outlook

The car is built as an all-wheel-drive with the scissor doors. The car's exterior is designed to look like a Lamborghini Aventador, of course, since that is the Veneno's take-off concept. The back and front allow for better air intake than its predecessor, thereby generating way cooler downforce for aerodynamics.

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The body is made of unique carbon fiber material

The wheels of the car measure differently. The rear wheels measure 21 inches while that in front measure 20 inches. This even makes the all-wheel driving a lot easier and more like a rear-wheel drive. This mechanism and design ensure that the vehicle is pushed forward, thus making it crazy fast. The car also comes with the P-zero Pirelli tires.


Take a look at its steering wheel and control buttons!

The body is made of unique aircraft type carbon fiber which makes the car light. The car weighs 1,450 - 1,490 kg and has a height of 45.9 inches. The Veneno isn't so big or long, like a typical sedan. Its length is 197.6 inches and 81.7 inches in width.


Inside the most expensive Lamborghini Veneno in the world!

  • Superior performance

Furthermore, the vehicle comes with a 7-speed semi-automatic transmission, pushrod suspension and carbon-ceramic braking system that makes driving smoother. The wheels are also made to keep the brakes cool supporting a turbine engine mechanism.

The Lamborghini Veneno can get up to 100km or 60 miles per hour in less than 3 seconds. It also has a general top speed of 354 km per hour. Regardless of how fast the car is, it has very efficient brakes that bring it to a halt at a distance of only 99 feet from its top speed.


At some point, the Veneno was the most expensive sports car in the world

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4. Nigerian celeb owners of Lamborghini Veneno

Nigerian celebs' love for exotic cars has naturally embraced the Lamborghini brand. In terms of the Lambo Veneno, however, how many superstars in the country-rock this limited edition sports car? Let's take a look, shall we? 

Well, briefly as of the time of this writing, no Nigerian resident owns a Veneno. Remember there are only 12 of them made for sale. right?

The other models of Lamborghinis have been spotted in Abuja and Lagos a lot, and that includes the Aventador. Some Nigerian celebs that own a Lambo are:

  • Runtown, a famous Nigerian musician, owns a customized Lamborghini Gallardo.
  • Tekno is rumored to own one,
  • Notable politician Dino Melaye owns a Gallardo.


Dino won't miss such a flamboyant car as a Lambo

See a complete list of Nigerians that own a Lamborghini here.

However, there's an African, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, who owns one of the 9 Lamborghini Veneno Roadsters ever produced. He is the son of the president of Equatorial Guinea. He had it properly customized with his name and other specific features added to the Veneno. However, it was seized by the Swiss in 2016 and sold in an auction for $8.3million. Now you know who was the original owner of the most expensive Veneno in the world.

5. About Lamborghini brand in Nigeria

When it comes to cars that bring their owners class and pride, Lamborghini cars always pop up in our minds. The Italian car brand, owned by the Volkswagen Group, marks an unerasable reputation across the roads it's been through- from the racing tracks to the most popular streets on earth thanks to its pronounced design and power.


After 3 times of bankruptcy, Lamborghini is now owned by the Volkswagen Group

Lamborghini is a go-to for most of the celebrities. If you follow the social media of the famous figures all over the world, you are very likely to catch the sight of at least one Lamborghini by their side. Nigerian celebrities is not an exception. Dino Melaye is an example. The politician is even too thirsty for speed and class that he acquires several Lamborghinis.

6. Conclusion

A statement of luxury, Lamborghini speaks for itself. That's the reason why you can never watch an ad about this car on the television as the car brand boldly claims that their customers are not the ones who would sit in front of a TV.

The Lamborghini Veneno brings along the Aventador traits on the outside while the inside features the best technology the car brand has been developing. With just 5 units of the models to roll out, the car attracts serious buyers and collectors only. Just look at the tables of the Lamborghini Veneno price in Nigeria above, you know it's not only a car to drive, its a car to enjoy, show off, and even earning money.

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Kennedy Ilediagu


Kennedy Ilediagu is an experienced wordsmith and a creative automotive writer for Naijauto.com. His forte ranges from vehicle maintenance and latest industry updates, to car review articles. He is also a brand management and content creation expert who has worked with Daily Posts (United Kingdom), ESUT Egg Day magazine, and many others for years. Digital copies written by him inform, educate and engage readers globally. When Kennedy is not writing, he is busy taking care of animals, traveling or watching football.

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