The 10 Most Expensive Lamborghini Models of All-Time

When you hear the name Lamborghini, it immediately conjures images of super fast sports cars with an unbelievably beautiful appearance and an ultra luxury interior. This is the reputation that the brand has built by delivering just that. The reason that many of us will simply admire them from a distance or in magazine ads is because they come with a hefty price tag. Out of curiosity, we looked up the most expensive Lamborghini’s ever sold and then we narrowed our list down to the top ten for your enjoyment and consideration.

10. Diablo GT 1 – $ 1 Million

The Diablo GT is the vehicle that helped to bail the brand out of financial turbulence. The Lamborghini company had been bought and sold on a few different occasions and times were rough for the automaker with so many changes happening in a fairly rapid succession. When Lamborghini was finally purchased by the Volkswagen Group and incorporated into their Audi division, it found solid ground. The Diablo GT 1 sold for a price of $1 million.

9. Mansory Carbonado Apertos – $ 1.6 Million

The Mansonry Carbanado Apertos is the ninth most expensive Lamborghini ever sold. It went for a whopping price of $1.6 million. This vehicle has a slightly futuristic look and although it looks like a fast and highly capable machine, there is something about it that is ultra-sophisticated.

8. Mansory Carbonado GT – $ 2 Million

The Mansory Carbanado GT edition is a cut above the Mansory Carbanado Apertos. You can see that it has the features of a racer with its sleeker lines that look as though they’re quite capable of cutting any wind resistance to achieve a maximum speed. This car was sold for $2 million.

7. Pregunta Concept – $ 2 Million

The Pregunta Concept tied with the Mansory Carbanado GT with a sale price of $2 million. The design of this vehicle gives it a highly futuristic appearance with the gull-wing doors and rounded stacked headlights. It looks like something that you would see in a science fiction film.

6. Reventon Roadster – $ 2.2 Million

The Reventon Roadster comes in as the sixth most expensive Lamborghini ever sold. This vehicle has one of the most unique cockpits we’ve ever seen. The roof is flattened and there is enough glass around he cockpit to give one a panoramic view of your surroundings if you were to be a little higher off the ground.

5. Aventador J – $ 2.8 Million

This Aventador J has one of the most unique paint jobs we’ve ever seen. It’s a muted red that bears the faint hint of metal fleck and because of this it almost gleams in the light. It’s a fast car and one of the most luxurious top of the line vehicles made by Lamborghini.

4. Sesto Elemento Concept – $ 2.8 Million

This Sesto Elemento Concept is Lambo’s fourth most expensive model ever sold coming in at a $2.8 million selling price. This is the vehicle that made its appearance at the Paris Auto Show in 2001. The car is equipped with a 570 horsepower V10 engine with a top speed of 185 mph. It’s the car that dreams are made of and it featured carbon fiber materials in its construction.

3. Egoista Concept – $3 million

The Egoista concept car was Lamborghini’s special 50th anniversary edition and the vehicle was displayed at the end of the drive. There were a total of 350 Lambo’s participating in the anniversary drive. It’s a concept car that is the special design of Walter De Silva, and it was made under inspiration of the Apache helicopter. It’s equipped with a V10 5.2 liter engine and it was made for speed.

2. Veneno – $ 5.3 Million

The Lamborhini Veneno is a hypercar in which only three of hem were made. It’s packed to the hilt with features and special enhancement that made this one of the fastest Lambo’s to tear up a track. The design team outfitted it with a V12 6.5 liter engine that cranked 740 horse power and it would move from standstill to 60 mph in a mere 2.8 seconds. The top speed for the car is 220 mph.

1. Veneno Roadster – $ 9.5 Million

The most expensive Lamborghini that was ever sold wa the Veneno Roadster. It was selling for a whopping $9.5 million. This, like the Veneno was made in a set of three limited edition vehicles and there were only nine of the Veneno Roadsters ever built. It featured a race car design but was made to be street legal. This car would reach speeds of 221 mph with its V12 6.5 liter engine.


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