Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is Flamboyant and Fast

Veneno will be the new supercar poster child

Oct 21 2013, 1:41pm CDT | by

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is Flamboyant and Fast
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Lamborghini has gone official with its latest roadster called the Veneno Roadster. The vehicle is one of the fastest Lamborghini sports cars ever produced able to reach 60 mph in under 3 seconds. The roaster also has a top speed of over 200 mph.

Lamborghini uses lots of carbon fiber to keep the weight of the vehicle at around 3278 pounds. The lightweight paired with the 6.5-liter V12 producing about 740 hp makes this incredibly high-performance vehicle.

Lamborghini also equips the car with a fast shifting ISR transmission and permanent all-wheel drive. The press also fitted with a racing chassis and pushrod suspension with horizontal spring/damper units.

 
 
 

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/3" rel="author">Shane McGlaun</a>
Shane is a self described car aficionado. He loves muscle cars, but also knows how green cars work. He has years of experience in testing cars and writes about cars with deeply felt emotions.

 

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