Late last month, a matte black Lamborghini Veneno Roadster took over the streets of Beverly Hills in a way which no other vehicle could ever dream of matching. As the following video shows, seeing the Italian hypercar on the move is simply mesmerising as the driver and passenger casually have headphones on pretending as if they’re driver nothing more than a souped-up Honda Civic. In reality, they’re inside the world’s most expensive production car.
Two units of the Veneno coupe reside in the United States and this could be the only Veneno Roadster delivered to the U.S. While the vast majority of its exterior has been painted in matte black, a number of bright green accents are also present most notably on the front splitter and side skirts.
While just three Veneno coupes were produced for customers, a total of nine Veneno Roadsters are being produced for $4.4 million each.
The package of the Veneno Roadster is very similar to the Veneno which itself, takes inspiration from the Aventador. The engine is the Aventador’s new 6.5 litre V12 unit, uprated to 750 hp in the Veneno Roadster. Power is driven through an all-wheel drive system via a modified ISR transmission. Five settings are available with pushrod suspension and horizontal sprint/damper units also featured.