You are probably familiar with the Lamborghini Veneno, an insane version of the Aventador built for funsies. The car was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show sporting a price tag of $4.1 million USD, and limited production of three units. This is the first customer car being delivered to its lucky owner.
Logically, Lamborghini Veneno is the stupidest car one can buy. It is based on a 300 grand super car, and it has a kind of design that only an eight-year-old would find fascinating. And of course, it costs silly money. But you can’t apply logic to Lamborghini. Let me put it this way: which one of you wouldn’t buy the Veneno if you had the money?
So no, Mr. Kris Singh, the Miami-based investment firm manager, who bought the first Lamborghini Veneno in the world is not stupid to spend over $4 million on this car. He just saw the car, liked its wild looks and exclusivity, and wrote the check. Simple as that.
After taking delivery of his Lamborghini Veneno, Singh drove the car with a mate to South Beach restaurant for dinner, and parked in front for everybody to see and enjoy.