It’s the limo version of Lamborghini’s Aventador model, complete with the same so-called scissor doors as the conventional model, which is a 690hp. $400,000 two-seater supercar.
The stretch version is in the same fiery red orange color as the conventional model, although there’s nothing conventional about a low-slung Lamborghini. Or its pricetag.
This information is from 2013
The model described may no longer available
The world’s first stretched out, blinged out Lambo is on the drawing boards from the British luxury car rental firm Cars For Stars.
Lamborghini just introduced a new $4 million Venano model at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
The stretch Lambo limo incorporates what Cars For Stars describes as relaxing lounge seating ideal for laid-back travel, including heated seating, rear plasma screens, surround sound, iPod docks, champagne bars and more.
The press release hype says the stretch Lambo “will transform the limousine experience into an explosion of luxury, style and glamour, making the Lamborghini Aventador limousine unlike any other existing limo concept.” Maybe the stretch version will be easier to get in and out of than the conventional low-slung model.
Right now, it’s still a concept. Cars For Stars is looking to sell sponsorship and other advertising opportunities before actually adding a mid-section to an Aventador and adding a couple of additional doors.
So if you represent a company that could benefit from having your logo and other branding on this absolutely ridiculous piece of automotive nonsense, do contact Cars for Stars in London.
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