Video: Lamborghini Veneno leaving Geneva exhibition hall

How do you get a low-slung, €3 million supercar out of the building? Very gingerly! French publication, Sellerie’Cimes caught Lamborghini ‘packing up’ the ultra-exclusive Lamborghini Veneno after the Geneva Motor Show.

One of the company’s designated drivers was seen reversing the car out of the exhibition hall, presumably to a waiting truck. In the video, you could hear the monstrous 6.5-litre V12 just off idle. It is capable of generating 552kW (750HP) and sends the Veneno blitzing from 0-100km/h in just 2.8 seconds, on route to a top speed of 355km/h (220mph).

Only 3 Veneno will ever be built, making this one of the rarest cars on the planet.

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