Lamborghini Veneno Review

Esteemed Italian auto manufacturer Lamborghini has come up with its cutting edge Veneno promising superb performance and amazing styling. The car was revealed with its open-top model called Veneno Roadster at the prestigious Geneva Motor Show, Switzerland, this year. Are you eager to delve deeper into the latest Lamborghini model? Well, the article here is a brief review on Lamborghini Veneno.

Lamborghini Veneno has been dubbed as a 4 million USD worth supercar that have just come up with 3 rare examples. The very name Veneno is a Spanish term for “venom” which truly befits the car given uniquely stylized headlights resembling snake fangs. It’s to note here that the car aficionados around have raised huge debates regarding the looks of the car. Some of them couldn’t accept the fang-like front end and have openly stated dislike about the design. But those with trendy temperament are in full praise of the radical out of the box styling brought by Venono. 

The car has been built on Aventador’s chassis & deploys a V12 6.5l engine that produces around a good 740 horsepower. The car promises a seven speed semi-auto transmission.  

The racing chassis is engineered with horizontal spring, pushrod suspension & damper units. The Italian cutting edge supercar runs at the top pace of around 221mph, armed with the acceleration of somewhat 0-62mph within 2.9 seconds. As per the details from Lamborghini, the front end of the car is fabricated to work like aerodynamic wing that offers optimum airflow & downforce at pace. The underbody is really smooth & helps in reducing drag while its rear diffuser is able to accommodate 4 big exhaust pipes. 

The internal department of the super edgy Lamborghini Veneno is packed with full carbon monocoque. The very carbon presence inside has made the car lightweight as well as incredibly solid. The seats here have been designed with Forged Composite & light woven CarbonSkin is laid all across the Veneno interior. 

The Lamborghini Venono has been released in 3 shades till date- white, red and green celebrating the Italian heritage carried by the car.