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Lamborghini usually names its cars after fighting bulls. The Veneno, Spanish for venom, was named for what Lamborghini calls one of the fastest bulls in the history of bullfighting. Veneno's name became immortalized in 1914 when he gored a toreador to death in the arena in Sanlucar de Barrameda in Spain.


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