Lamborghini is only building three copies of the Veneno and all have already been sold. One to a buyer in Saudi Arabia and two to buyers here in the United States—including Antoine Dominic a Lamborghini dealer in Long Island.
"If you look at Lamborghini in the last three or four years, they have done a few one-offs, special versions and every time it got better and better," said Dominic who was in Geneva to see the special 50th anniversary Lamborghini unveiled. "This time they were taking it to a whole different level, a level that I have not seen any car manufacturer has ever done. Normally a car manufacturer would do a little car massage, but this is beyond the concept car and also it is going to be a street legal car."
So will Dominic drive his new $4 Million Supercar or put it on display at his dealership?
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"The engineering levels this car has achieved, it is important to share it. And being a Lamborghini dealer I am looking forward to sharing it with customers and prospective customers to show what Lamborghini is all about….I intend to drive it for my pleasure driving, but it is a $4 million car so you don't just take it anywhere." said Dominic.
Bentley and Lamborghini are divisions of Volkswagen, and trade under the symbol VLKAY in the United States.
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