The Lamborghini Veneno is a limited production supercar made by Lamborghini and based on the Lamborghini Aventador and was built to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary. When introduced in 2013 at a price of US $4,000,000, it was the most expensive production car in the world. The next year Lamborghini had released a roadster version of it, costing US$4,500,000.
Lamborghini built just five examples of the Veneno: One for factory testing, one was kept to be put into their museum later on, and three were for customers. The three production cars cost €3,120,000 each, and all three were sold. When the Roadster version came out, only 9 in total were made into production. Again Lamborghini only sold 8, and the 9th one was kept in the factory to be later out into their museum.
The engine is a development of the Aventador's 6.5 L V12 and produces 750 PS (552 kW; 740 bhp).
The stock form of this vehicle provides its user with average top speed and braking, with high acceleration and handling stats.
The top speed of the Vieno is average-to-low at 356 km/h ( 221MPH) compared to its price at a high $4,000,000.
The stock version of the car has a high acceleration, taking it to its average top speed pretty quickly.
The stock brakes are very controlled for all kinds of situations.
The handling is decent, but it tends to not demonstrate itself to its full potential. This can be tuned to one's favour by buying different tires.
The Vieno's top speed can be higher for a vehicle priced at $4,000,000. But, there is a reason why this car is so expensive. The Vieno's top speed performance is better than the P1
The acceleration of the Lamborghini Veneno (Peregrine Vieno) does reach its full potential with acceleration, although when upgrades are bought with it, the drag times are nearly identical to the drags of the Pagani Zonda R (Cittadi Street Screamer), which costs half of what the Veneno does
With Racing Brakes, this vehicle will come to a stop pretty quick. These powerful brake will also help let the handling kick in better.
This car changes a lot with different tires. Drift tires will lose grip easily in the corners especially when after using the handbrake. On the other hand, Drag Slicks and Racing Tires will help the car grip the corners but it comes with a bit of oversteer if you hold a/d, but it might make steering a bit harder. Great for the highly popular ATW and any other turn-based races. Just put the handbrake to good use or grip the corners.
- The real-life Lamborghini Veneno lives up to its ingame description very well: "The handling, the speed, the looks, this car is a beast." The Veneno is "beast" car due to speed & handling.
- The Peregrine Vieno is the second fastest car for drag races; but it is surprisingly rare in Airport Quarter Mile races, most likely because the Zonda R is only half the cost and is statistically better for drag races.
- In the new Remesh update on 6 / 24 / 19, it's old spoiler became too small for the new mesh.
- The word Peregrine in the car's new name, Peregrine Vieno, likely refers to the Peregrine Falcon, which can dive at speeds over 200MPH/320KPH and is the fastest animal in the world. (Peregrine is being in-game parody of Lamborghini).
- The car's last name, "Veneno" means "Venom" in Spanish Language.
- With in-game & real life price of 4M, The Lamborghini Veneno is the most expensive supercar in world. being expensive than W Motors Lykan HyperSport, Koenigsegg Agera R & being more expensive, Maybach Exelero
- This car was voted 2013 ugliest car.
- It also shares the distinction with the Peregrine Kingsman of having the ability to power-slide without spinning out when decked out properly while other cars will undoubtedly lose control.