The Lamborghini Veneno is already a rare masterpiece in itself, and today, the Italian supercar maker has confirmed that there will be a roadster variant of this exquisite car.
The Veneno is based on her more famous sibling, the Aventador, and now a topless Veneno will soon wow the world.
However, if you were hoping to get your hands on one of these, your just out of luck. Only four will built and one of these will go to the Lamborghini Museum in Santâ Agata, Italy.
The other three Veneno Roadsters (as it is officially being called) were sold for a whopping $4 million each!
Gallery: The current, hard top Veveno –
There has long since been rumours that Lamborghini was considering manufacturing a roadster version of the Veneno. Many supercar-loversâ dreams came true when the rumours were confirmed by Car and Driver during an interview with the CEO of Lamborghini, Stephan Winkelmann.
At $4 million, the Veneno Roadster is 10% more expensive than the Veneno hard top.
With exception of the hard roof, making way for a roadster roof, the Veneno roadster will unlikely showcase any other major styling changes – however, we will have to wait to see what happens.
If you have always wanted to drive a Lamborghini with the wind blowing through your hair, then this is the car for you – that is, if you can get your hands on one!