"Expect the Unexpected": The Most Expensive Lamborghinis Ever Sold in History
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Dreamed by All but Only for the Few
Among all other exclusive car brands worldwide, Lamborghini ranks very high on the list that is not only sought after by the rich and famous and also by those who dream of having it. If a person is asked what brand of an automobile would they be buying if they won the lottery, you could bet that a Lamborghini is mentioned. This brand is usually known for its incredible speed, power, and unique mesmerizing style. With that in mind, the Lamborghini is commonly associated with status, wealth, and luxury
With that out of the way, let us head on to the main event of this article where we showcase some of the famous brand’s most expensive luxurious cars.
20. 2022 Lamborghini Urus
Estimated Price: $225,500 - $250,000
The Lamborghini Urus series is at the very bottom of this list. The clever idea behind this model is that it has the flashy look of a sports car and the practical and efficient features of an SUV. This model lets its drivers drive on rocky roads, sand, ice, and gravel with style and grace
19. Lamborghini 400 GT(1966 - 1969)
Estimated Price: $365,885
The 400 GT, which is often called an 'interim' model, came about because the Lamborghini 350 GT could be bought with a new 4-litre L400 engine in the early months of 1966. During the switch from 350 GT to 400 GT, some sources say that all 400 chassis numbers may have been Interim numbers. However, this has not been proven. Cars with a Salisbury differential might have been prototypes for the production 400 GT, while production cars used a Lamborghini differential.
18. 2009 Lamborghini Murciélago
Estimated Price: $362,000
Highest Sold Price: $372,452
For a model that has been made since 2009, only 4,099 cars are said to have been made. The design of the Murciélago is a throwback to some of the company's first and most famous cars. The car's surface structure and wedge shape are reminiscent of the Countach, while the sensuality of the Miura and the strange proportions of the Lamborghini Diablo's futuristic passenger compartment add to the car's overall look.
17. 1964 Lamborghini 350 GT
Estimated Price: $252,000
Highest Sold Price: $492,654
Built by Lamborghini between 1964 and 1966, the 350 GT is a grand tourer. The Lamborghini LP 001 was the company's first mass-produced automobile. Developed from the Lamborghini 350 GTV, the 350 GT had a 3.5-litre V12 engine and a 2-door coupé body by Carrozzeria Touring. Production of the 350 GT commenced in May of 1965 after its premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 1964. The model's popularity ensured the company's continued existence and solidified its position as a formidable contender to Ferrari.
16. 2022 Lamborghini Aventador Series
Estimated Price: $501,953 - $573,966
The Aventador was essentially the same as previous versions except for one key improvement. Lamborghini supercars were notoriously difficult to operate, rough around the edges, and focused mostly on appearance, but not the Aventador. However, it was far simpler to use than its predecessors, and it was equipped with every conceivable comfort and luxury. For more than a decade, Lamborghini's flagship Aventador has been available in a wide variety of iterations.
15. 2022 Lamborghini Huracán Series
Estimated Price: $215,000 - $331,000
Highest Sold Price: $966,775
The next one on the list is the Lamborghini Huracán series. This series of ‘Lambo’ models offer a unique taste for Italian handicraft and technology with its streamlined lines which are essentially designed to cut through the air and to create a smooth driving experience and are aerodynamically designed for high-speed performance.
14. 2012 Lamborghini Carbonado Apertos
Estimated Price: $1,200,000
One of the most expensive Lamborghini is the Mansory Carbonado Apertos.
It was sold for an eye-popping $1.6 million a few years ago.
Mansory took an ordinary Aventador Roadster and changed everything about it, from the outside to the inside.
The body is made of matte carbon fibre, which gives it a stealthy look, and the inside has been made more attractive with black and yellow leather and detailed stitching.
13. 1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 “Periscopio”
Highest Sold Price: $1,622,516
Produced by the Italian automaker Lamborghini from 1974 to 1990, the Countach is a rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports vehicle. In fact, Bertone, the Italian design firm that popularized the angular 'Italian Wedge' form, is responsible for this and many other similarly outlandish creations.
12. 2013 Lamborghini Carbonado GT
Estimated Price: $2,000,000
The Carbonado GT is another version of Mansory's Carbonado series. It was shown off at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show for car fans and collectors.
The Mansory team called the GT 'a bull made of carbon,' and it is covered from head to toe in carbon fibre. This includes changes to the bumpers, fenders, and side skirts.
For a $2 million super sports car, the interior is about what you would expect. It has two-tone, high-quality leather upholstery, carbon fibre trim, and contrast stitching, which give the Lamborghini a refined, sporty feel.
11. 2013 Lamborghini Pregunta
Estimated Price: $2,100,000
In October 1998, the Lamborghini Pregunta Concept was shown off for the first time at the Paris Motor Show. It was one of the last cars made by Lamborghini before the VW group took over. The car was based on the Diablo and had the same 530 bhp V12 engine. The aerospace industry was the source of ideas for the Pregunta, which is a concept car. It's mostly made out of carbon fibre, and instead of side mirrors, it has cameras and optical fibre lighting inside.
10. 2009 Reventón Roadster
Sold Price: $2,200,000
In 2009, the Lamborghini Reventón Roadster was shown off for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Everything about it is the same as the coupe except for its height. It has the same carbon bodywork on top of a steel spaceframe. But the best part of the car is the inside, which has multi-mode liquid crystal displays in an aluminium and carbon fibre case, a G-force meter, and luxury leather seats with contrast stitching. The Reventón Roadster was only made in a total of fifteen cars, and even though they cost $2.2 million each, all fifteen were quickly bought by car fans.
9. 2022 Lamborghini Countach
Estimated Price: $2,500,000 - $2,600,000
The Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 from 2022 is a modern version of the original Countach's famous design. It brings back memories, but it also has new features and a powerful engine. So it shouldn't be a surprise that the new Lamborghini Countach will cost at least $2.5 million and up to $3.5 million.
8. Lamborghini Aventador J
Sold Price: $2,800,000
At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, this one-of-a-kind, limited-edition Aventador was on display. Most of the 'extras,' like the air conditioning and radio, have been taken away to make it as light as possible. The seats are made from one of Lamborghini's custom materials called ‘Carbon Skin,’ which is a weave of carbon fibres that have been soaked in resin. Before it was shown at the Geneva Motor Show, the Aventador J had already been sold for $2.8 million.
7. Sesto Elemento
Estimated Price: $2,800,000
The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, which means 'sixth element, is a limited-edition, high-performance track car made by the Italian automaker Lamborghini. It made its debut at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. The name of the Sesto Elemento is a reference to the atomic number of Carbon since it is made of carbon fibre.
6. Lamborghini Miura Concept
Estimated Price: $3,000,000
Automobili Lamborghini is excited to start the New Year by showing off the Lamborghini Miura Concept, which is a modern version of the Lamborghini Miura. The Miura was designed by Marcello Gandini and first shown to the public at the Geneva Motor Show in 1966 by Ferruccio Lamborghini and Nuccio Bertone. It is now celebrating its 40th anniversary.
4. 2021 Lamborghini Sian
Estimated Price: $3,000,000
The Lamborghini Sian is the first hybrid car to go into production from the Italian brand. It is based on the Aventador. The Sian FKP 37 shares the Aventador SVJ's V12 engine, but it also has an electric motor, making it the most powerful Lamborghini ever made. The Sian has a completely new and dramatic look. Its hexagonal taillights are said to be inspired by the Countach. There will only be 63 coupes made.
3. 1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV Especiale
Sold Price: $3,648,764
The Miura is an important landmark in Lamborghini's history. The brand was once recognized for a line of stately grand tourers until this model debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 1966. But the Miura's mid-engine, two-seat design revolutionized the industry, bringing together tremendous performance and fine workmanship in a single dynamic package.
The Italian carmaker continued production of the automobile until 1973, and near the conclusion of its run, the P400 SV with all the bells and whistles was released. There were also a number of one-of-a-kind vehicles built for VIP customers within the original batch of 150. It was among that select group of automobiles.
2. Lamborghini Veneno
Estimated Price: $5,300,000
Meet the Lamborghini Veneno, one of the most anticipated cars to be shown at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show. There will only ever be one prototype and three production models of this very aggressive-looking Raging Bull. The Lamborghini Veneno, which means 'poison' in Spanish, has been talked about on the Internet in the weeks leading up to the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
1. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster
Estimated Price: $8,300,000
The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is like a racing prototype when it comes to how well it moves through the air. Every part of its shape serves a clear purpose. It has great handling, the best downforce with the least amount of drag, and the best cooling for its high-performance engine. So, there's no mistaking that the Veneno Roadster is a Lamborghini. It follows the same design philosophy as all of the other super sports cars from Sant'Agata Bolognese. This includes the extreme proportions, the strong arrow-shaped front end, and the way the sharp lines and smooth surfaces work together.
The Veneno Roadster is wild and will give you a wild driving experience because open means open. There is no roof; instead, there is a strong rollover bar for the best safety. The design is focused on making the car as aerodynamic as possible and as stable as possible in fast corners. It handles like a racing prototype but it can be driven on the road.