For the longest time, Lamborghini’s automobiles have dominated many people’s imaginations. These somewhat absurd Italian supercars have appeared in video games, advertising, and even films. Those who can afford them get to experience the sheer power of these exotic automobiles firsthand.
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Lamborghinis, like other supercars in their class, are made in limited quantities. The most valuable Lamborghinis span from recent models to historical outliers that frequently went from pragmatism to outright madness. On that subject, here are ten of the most valuable Lamborghini supercars in history.
10. Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 50 Anniversario
Lamborghini determined the best way to commemorate its 50th anniversary was to create the wildest car imaginable. This resulted in the birth of the Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversary beast. 100 units of this automobile were manufactured.
The Anniversario was equipped with an enormous splitter, flaps, and extensive air intakes. Under the chassis of the Anniversario was a 6.5-liter V12 engine that produced up to 710 horsepower.
9. Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4
The Italian automaker Lamborghini has decided to bring back the Countach, and only 112 units of the new supercar will be produced. The new Countach will adapt the powertrain of the Sian FKP 37, which consists of a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine paired with an electric motor for a total output of 802 horsepower.
A seven-speed automated manual transmission transmits power to all four wheels, allowing the vehicle to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds, reach 124 mph in 8.6 seconds, and reach a maximum speed of 221 mph. According to reports, the new Countach will have a starting price of $2.64 million.
8. Lamborghini Sian FKP37
The Lamborghini Sian was a limited edition hybrid supercar that succeeded the Aventador. Only 63 coupes and 19 roadsters were produced, making the Sian one of the rarest vehicles to bear the brand’s furious bull logo.
It featured extravagant design and technology, as is typical of Lamborghinis. At the time, it was also the most potent Lamborghini ever produced, and its price reflected that; the Sian cost $3.6 million more than a Pagani Zonda R.
7. Lamborghini Miura SV/J
The Miura SV/J debuted in 1970 as a track version of the Miura SV. Nevertheless, only six Miura SVs were converted into SV/Js. The Lamborghini Miura was the world’s first supercar.
Throughout its years of production, numerous variants of this automobile were produced. The Lamborghini Miura SV/J was among these vehicles. The J in SV/J is an abbreviation for Jota, which means lightweight.
6. Lamborghini Gallardo Squadra Corse
The Lamborghini Gallardo Squadra Corse is a legal street version of the Super Trofeo. Only fifty units of the Squadra were manufactured, and only fifteen were sold in the United States. The Lamborghini Gallardo Squadra Corse was equipped with a 5.2-liter V10 engine that generated 562 horsepower.
In 2013, Lamborghini introduced the Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo, a vehicle designed specifically for racing. This vehicle captured the attention of numerous Lamborghini enthusiasts. This prompted Lamborghini to return to the drafting board and create a street-legal version of the Super Trofeo.
5. Centenario Lamborghini
Lamborghini has established itself as the king of celebrations. The special edition Lamborghini Centenario was limited to 40 units, including 20 coupes and the remaining 20 convertibles. The Centenario is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine, which is also used in the Aventador.
The engine in the Centenario, on the other hand, is calibrated to produce 759 horsepower, which is 70 horsepower more than the Aventador, and 509 lb-ft of torque.
4. Veneno Lamborghini
This list would be incomplete if the Lamborghini Veneno, one of the rare contemporary Lamborghinis, was not included. The Lamborghini Veneno costs more than $8 million, which some feel to be a fair amount to pay for one of the craziest and most extreme Lamborghinis.
The Veneno is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine with 740 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque. The famous Aventador uses the same carbon fiber monocoque chassis as this beast. The Veneno was only produced in 12 units, three of which were coupes and nine of which were convertibles.
3. Aventador J Lamborghini
The Lamborghini Aventador J is a one-of-a-kind creation. This beauty was created in the spirit of the Jota P400, which was likewise a one-of-a-kind creation.
The Lamborghini Aventador J sprung from its ashes. The Aventador J is a windowless convertible with a mid-engine and a 6.5-liter V12 engine.
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The power output of this engine is 691 horsepower. The Lamborghini Aventador J was sold to a private collector for $2.4 million in 2012.
2. Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, often known as “The Sixth Element,” is possibly the strangest automobile on the list. Even standing motionless, the Sesto Elemento appears swift and frightening.
The 5.2-liter V10 engine in this 2,200-pound beast produces 562 horsepower and 398 lb-ft of torque. The Sesto Elemento is mostly constructed of carbon fiber, hence the name. The Sesto Element was produced in 20 units, none of which are street-legal.
1. Reventon Lamborghini
In certain aspects, the Reventon may be considered the forefather of today’s limited edition Lamborghinis, such as the Sesto Elemento, Veneno, and Sian FKP37. The Reventon was inspired by the F-22 Raptor, one of the world’s fastest and meanest fighter planes, and it looks every bit as fast and mean as its inspiration.
The Reventon’s V12 produced 641 horsepower and 487 pound-feet of torque (661 hp in the Reventon Roadster). The Reventon utilized a slightly modified version of the Murcielago’s all-wheel-drive system, coupled to a 6-speed E-gear automated single-clutch transmission.
The Reventon had a 3.4-second zero to sixty time and a peak speed of 211 mph. Despite costing nearly twice as much as the coupe, the Reventon Roadster lagged behind in terms of performance, with a peak speed of 205 mph. The Lamborghini Reventon was restricted to 35 units in total, 20 Coupes and 15 Roadsters.