Only five Lamborghini Venenos were ever produced to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary back in 2013. While Lamborhini kept two, the other three were sold for US$4,500,000 each. Lachlan Cameron has built a LEGO version of the road-worthy, racing prototype Lamborghini Veneno, and it’s certainly a head-turner. Lachlan has mainly used Technic parts to achieve the aggressive, aerodynamic shaping, with some clever techniques to achieve the wheel arches and the steeply sloped hood.
Llachlan has added power to his Veneno, sadly not a 6.5 L V12 engine but a much more carbon emissions friendly battery with remote control. The power not only moves the vehicle but opens and closes the anatomically correct scissor-doors.
If you want to see a video of Lachlan’s Lamborghini Veneno in action, he has provided a video to show off its power and functions.