Aerodynamic design
lamborghini veneno geneva

The Veneno's exterior is designed for optimum aerodynamics, according to Lamborghini. The front end, for instance, is designed to work as a large aerodynamic wing, to keep the car pinned to the earth during high-speed driving.

The Veneno has the same scissor-opening doors as the less expensive Aventador.


  @peterdrives - Last updated March 06 2013 12:51 PM ET
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