The limited edition Lamborghini Veneno was first thrust upon a drooling audience at the Geneva Motor Show this year. Built to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary, ‘limited edition’ doesn’t really do justice to just how few examples of the Lamborghini Veneno there are.
Lamborghini produced just 3 (that’s three) production cars in different liveries. A choice of green, white or red – each colour of the Italian flag being represented.
The Metropolitan Police have been cracking down on cars that are uninsured and not taxed for some time. Over the last year they have really upped their stake in tackling this issue, known as Operation Cubo they have set up checks all around the UK to try and stop the massive increase in people driving without cover.
We’ve all had a little fantasy about speeding down the street in our very own supercar, driving past a host of people as they stare enviously at your machine.
With over 32.5 million views on YouTube, this supercar-super-shootout between a Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Aventador, McLaren MP4-12C and Lexus LFA is one of the most viewed car videos ever. And, as you’ll soon see for yourself, it’s a tidy bit of video kit, with each of these supercars going head-to-head in probably the truest test of all out performance – the quarter-mile drag race. These are all rapid motors and they all sound stunning ripping up the quarter-mile strip, but perhaps ultimate honours for pure sexy sound here must go to the howling Lexus LFA V10. It’s how F1 cars used to sound!
It’s not new news that Honda is to resurrect their highly respected NSX supercar moniker, with the new hybrid NSX scheduled to go on sale in 2015. What is news however is that the all-new car will be engineered and built at the firm’s new Performance Manufacturing Centre in Ohio, U.S.A. Cue sucking of air through teeth!