The Veneno Roadster valued at $8.3 million is the most expensive Lamborghini currently on the market. Launched in 2014 for the company’s 50th anniversary, this impressive car boasts a powerful 6.5-liter V12 engine with 750 horsepower. It has a top speed of 221 mph.
Since the dawn of the automotive industry, Lamborghini has been at the forefront of innovation in both power and design.
Founded by Ferruccio Lamborghini, this Italian supercar manufacturer sought to challenge Ferrari’s dominance.
The results have been spectacular; from sleek aesthetics to powerful engines, their vehicles have always set themselves apart from any other car on the market.
As such, it is no surprise that Lamborghini tends to be one of the most expensive cars around.
Even today, there are still many models offered for ostentatious prices—so much so that we’ve decided to take a look at 20 of these incredible machines and see just how exorbitant they were during Lamborghini’s long history.
From ultra-rare classics like the Miura Superveloce to contemporary beasts such as Centenario LP770-4, these details will illustrate exactly why people continue trusting their money and dreams to this iconic marque.
10 Most Expensive Lamborghinis
10. Lamborghini Mansory Carbonado Apertos
The Mansory Carbonado Apertos is an exceptionally luxurious and highly sought-after Lamborghini.
One of only three models in existence, it was sold several years ago for an eye-watering $1.6 million and remains one of the top ten most expensive Lamborghinis in the world today.
The car has been completely reworked by Mansory, from its matte carbon fiber body to its plush black and yellow leather interior complete with detailed stitching.
But what makes the Apertos truly unique is its twin-turbo upgrade option that bumps up the 6.5-liter V12 engine’s power output sky-high to 1,250 hp and 900 Nm – enough to let this incredible machine reach a thunderous top speed of 380 km/h (236 mph) and accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.6 seconds!
9. Lamborghini Mansory Carbonado GT
The ninth most expensive Lamborghini ever sold is the Mansory Carbonado GT which made its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Mansory’s Carbonado GT is a standout amongst auto enthusiasts and collectors.
With a grandiose description of “a bull made of carbon” from its creators, this luxury super sports car stands out for its head-to-toe coverage in carbon fiber.
This includes modified bumpers, extended fenders, and revised side skirts. The interior offers premium two-tone leather upholstery and elements of carbon fiber trim throughout, as well as contrast stitching that gives it a sophisticated but sporty vibe.
An interesting detail included in the design is the starter button which has been relocated to the roof lining!
For performance specs, you’re looking at a 6.5-liter V12 engine with two turbochargers and an all-new exhaust system that allows for an impressive output of 1,600 hp with a top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph) and 0 to 100 km/h acceleration achieved in 2.1 seconds!
It’s no wonder why this $2 million vehicle has won over so many admirers since its reveal!
8. Lamborghini Pregunta Concept
The eighth most expensive Lamborghini in the world is the Pregunta Concept which was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in October 1998.
This concept car was based on their popular Diablo model but featured an incredible and unique design.
It boasted a powerful 530 bhp V12 and was made almost completely of carbon fiber. To reduce drag, cameras had been placed instead of traditional side mirrors while optical fiber lighting adorned the interior.
The Pregunta gained recognition due to speculation that it could reach speeds of up to 207 mph with a 0-62 time of 3.9 seconds – though there has never been conclusive proof either way.
This eye-catching vehicle cost an enormous $2.1 million when released in 2013, making it one of the most expensive cars produced by the legendary Italian marque before its takeover by Volkswagen Group.
The Lamborghini Pregunta truly is an automotive masterpiece that deserves appreciation for its feats of design and engineering prowess like no other car can offer.
7. Lamborghini Reventón Roadster
Another most expensive Lamborghini on the market is the Reventón Roadster, which was first introduced in 2009 at the prestigious Frankfurt Motor Show and is a remarkably limited variant of the luxurious Italian marque.
Combining power with opulence and sophistication, this unbelievably rare mechanical masterpiece features an awe-inspiring 6.5-liter V12 engine that delivers an astonishing 661hp and 487 lb-ft torque. Impressively, it can launch to a racey top speed of 205 mph without breaking a sweat!
Built on an equally robust steel spaceframe chassis with stunning carbon bodywork, the Reventon Roadster stands proudly at the same height as its coupe predecessor – however, it’s her interior that truly steals the show.
Its cockpit has been designed with aircraft-style multi-mode liquid crystal displays set in aluminum and carbon fiber casing, complete with a G-forge meter and gloriously upholstered leather seats adorned by contrasting stitching – all creating what can only be described as true automotive heaven!
With just 15 of these remarkable vehicles produced worldwide and priced at $2.2 million each – before you could even say ‘Lamborghini’ they were quickly snapped up by lucky car connoisseurs around the world.
6. Lamborghini Aventador J
At the sixth spot of the most expensive Lamborghinis in the world is the Aventador J, this limited edition concept car had attendees of the show in awe with its unique design and unparalleled specs.
Boasting a 6.5-liter V12 engine, it was capable of producing 700 horsepower and utilized a single-clutch transmission system to maximize its performance on the track.
Many concessions were made to optimize the car’s weight, such as removing all windows and a roof, air conditioning & radio systems, and fully utilizing carbon fiber for the vehicle’s bodywork – leaving only lightweight cushioning for comfort seating purposes; Lamborghini’s custom ‘carbon skin’ material specifically designed for this model of Aventador.
The inclusion of 20″ wheels at the front end and 21″ wheels at the back also served to enhance its appearance but more importantly offered further benefits that protected from brake overheating due to their attachment to carbon fiber fans.
Before even being revealed at the Geneva Motor Show, this one-of-a-kind design had already been sold for $2.8 million USD – a testament to how popular this marvel of engineering was!
5. Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Concept
The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Concept made its debut at the 2001 Paris Auto Show in a blaze of glory.
This limited edition supercar features an incredibly powerful V10 engine that produces 570 hp, giving it enough power to reach as fast as 62 mph in an astonishing 2.5 seconds.
The car is fitted with a six-speed transmission and is constructed almost entirely from lightweight carbon fiber, allowing it to weigh in at just over 2,200 lbs.
Its sleek all-black exterior incorporates subtle red detailing and sweeping curves that lend it an air of sophistication.
With such muscular performance capabilities, this racehorse can reach up to 185 mph and beyond!
Only twenty lucky people had their hands on these highly sought-after cars after they went on sale in 2011 – they were snapped up within days!
4. Lamborghini Miura Concept
The fourth most expensive Lamborghini is the Miura Concept unveiled in January 2006 at the Paley Center for Media. The car was custom-built to commemorate 40 years since the presentation of its precursor, the 1966 Miura Concept.
Walter de Silva, Lamborghini’s design chief at the time, had taken great care with every detail; from an impressive V12 engine taken from the Murciélago model to an innovative all-wheel-drive system and rising rear spoiler.
Perfectly proportioned side intakes and brushed aluminum louvers adorn each side of this slightly wider body.
The beautifully crafted Miura resides today in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy at the Lamborghini Museum as a celebration of this iconic machine’s rich history.
3. Lamborghini Egoista Concept
This ultra-luxury car earned its ‘Egoista’ moniker, which translates to selfish in Italian, thanks to its distinct single cockpit design that was envisioned by the company’s chief of design, Walter de Silva.
Hinting at the advanced technology of an Apache helicopter cabin, this concept foreshadows many of Lamborghini’s futuristic designs to come.
Underneath its sleek exterior lies a 5.2 liter V10 engine that churns out 600 horsepower and can speed up like a fighter jet with ease.
The canopy door also detaches completely so drivers must remove the steering wheel before entering or exiting the vehicle – truly living up to its ‘selfish’ name!
This luxurious piece of automotive art stands proudly as one of the world’s most expensive Lamborghinis and remains on display at the museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy as a testimony to how far car design has come over 50 years.
2. Lamborghini Veneno
The second most expensive Lamborghini is the Veneno which was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show to celebrate its 50th anniversary in grand style.
Translating to ‘venom’ in Spanish, this exquisite supercar was the ultimate expression of Lamborghini’s passion and power.
Underneath its unique design stands a 6.5-liter V12 engine that propels 740 horses with every twist of the throttle – enough to propel it from 0 to 60 mph in an astonishing 2.8 seconds, topping out at an impressive 221 mph top speed!
This incredible performance is made possible by enlarged air intakes and a custom-modified exhaust system helping to maximize airflow and power gains respectively.
Inside, one can find a luxurious interior similar to that found on the Aventador but also features Lamborghinis’ patented Carbon Skin just like what was used on the Aventador J that gives it a sleek look and feel, unlike any other production car in existence at the time.
At an original price tag of $4 million USD, this breathtaking beauty was later purchased for $5.3 making it second only to another exclusive Lamborghini model – proof enough that when it comes to luxury motoring there are fewer names more highly sought after than Lamborghini!
1. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster
The Veneno Roadster is the most expensive Lamborghini car in the world, released in 2014 to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary of the company.
Valued at an eye-popping $8.3 million in its most recent sale, this super sports car certainly makes heads turn with its unrivaled power and performance.
With a mid-mounted 6.5-liter aspirated V12 engine producing up to 750 horsepower and enabling it to reach a top speed of 221 miles per hour and go from 0 to 60 mph in only 2.9 seconds, the Veneno Roadster is a force on the road that cannot be underestimated.
Its aerodynamic structure has been expertly crafted out of almost entirely carbon fiber components for optimal stability at such high speeds as well as lightweight maneuverability and weighing in at just 3285 lbs.
Making it even rarer and more desirable are only nine units that were produced for sale worldwide – making it undoubtedly one of the world’s most exclusive cars as well as the most expensive.