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1 of 9 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster for Sale in Dubai

Following the announcement that Teodorin Obiang’s Lamborghini Veneno will be auctioned in Geneva, UAE-based dealership Al Ain Class has revealed that it has secured its own Lamborghini Veneno Roadster. The iconic supercar dealership has secured one of 9 examples. If you weren’t a fan of the cream colour scheme applied to the Bonhams car, here is your opportunity for something less controversial!

The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is one of the rarest Lamborghini’s of all time. It was built, following the release of the Veneno Coupe, on the structure of the Lamborghini Aventador and served as a precursor to the Aventador SV.

The car Al Ain Class are offering is finished in matte naked carbon fibre. Alongside the usual tricolour flag details, this car also features a red coach line at the very bottom of the bodywork and on the edge of the front fenders. Inside, there is a blend of red leather, black Alcantara and gloss carbon fibre.

Al Ain Class’ listing suggests that the vehicle is brand new. The estimate Bonhams have placed on their car is £4,2 million to £5 million, this particular example will undoubtedly sell for more with its less controversial colour scheme. It seems clear that we are looking at the most expensive modern Lamborghini.

(EDIT: This article, as originally published, suggested that the car was being sold with 820 miles on the clock. This is incorrect, it in fact had 85 kms on the clock)

Bugatti Veyron used wheels and tires for sale on eBay for $100,000

Here’s the perfect gift for your Bugatti Veyron-owning friend: a lightly used set of wheels and tires. What’s the eBay “Buy it Now” price? Only $100,000. A steal, surely.

The seller claims 85 percent of the tires’ life remains. As Bugatti recommends you change your tires every 2,500 miles, this means you’ll have approximately 2,125 miles of motoring left. If you’re reasonably thinking $100,000 might be better spent elsewhere, then you might not be cut out for Veyron ownership anyway. Annual servicing runs in the tens of thousands of dollars. Even an oil change will set you back $21,000.

These wheels will last longer than the tires, which is good. Bugatti says those only need to be replaced every two tire changes. Still, yikes. The eBay listing claims Bugatti charges $150,000 for a full wheel and tire replacement set. We can’t confirm that, but older information places tires at $40,000-$50,000 for a set and the Italian OZ wheels at about $50,000. Perhaps prices have increased in recent years? Bugatti owners, feel free to chime in down in the comments section on that one. Regardless, some haggling could be necessary — these are used after all, so a discount should be forthcoming for the frugal Veyron owner.

Veyron wheel and tire

For those who’d like a quick refresher on Veyron tires, they’re some of the most specific tires ever built for a car. The Michelin Pilot Sport 2s were uniquely designed to allow safe travel at the car’s ludicrously high top speed. Even then, Bugatti says they’re only good for 15 minutes while traveling at top speed. Bugatti says even unused, the tires must be replaced after five years.

This seller is even kind enough to throw in free shipping on this set — what a deal. Check out the eBay post here for a laugh, or a close look if it’s that time of year for new rubber and wheels on the ‘ole Veyron.

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Mustang with Lamborghini V10 Engine and Interior to be Auctioned

Auctioneers, Barrett Jackson recently listed a novelty lot for its Scottsdale 2019 auction. Originally a show car, built for the SEMA show, this Ford Mustang has a massive Lamborghini-shaped twist.

If the name doesn’t give it away (Tractorri) the twist is that this Ford Mustang sits on the running gear of a Lamborghini Gallardo! It is believed to be the only conversion of its type, taking the 5.2 litre V10 engine and 6-speed automatic transmission from the Italian supercar.

Mustang with Lamborghini V10 Engine

Evidently, a huge amount of work has gone into engineering this one-off supercar. Barrett Jackson mention figures in the region of $700,000 which presumably covers the cost of both Ford and Lamborghini donor cars. What’s more, it appears as though it has actually been used, although not extensively. The odometer shows 2,564 actual miles.

The name Tractorri is a supposed tribute to Ferrucio Lamborghini’s humble beginnings, building tractors for agriculture.

Mustang with Lamborghini Interior

The Tractorri features completely custom bodywork with a unique front end, Porsche 911 Turbo turn signals, steel fender flares and factory Lamborghini taillights. Inside, the dashboard has been custom chopped to fit something virtually identical to the Lamborghini Gallardo. Normally we are sceptical about these sorts of projects, this one actually looks well executed.

It is being sold with no reserve. No price estimate has been given but we suspect that it will fall short of recovering the $700,000 build cost. If you are looking for something unique though, you need look no further!

E.C. OnlyOne P8: Ferrari F430 Based Supercar for Sale at € 2,500,000

A bizarre one-off Ferrari F430-based supercar has hit the market via JamesEdition. The E.C. OnlyOne P8 is an Italian built supercar prototype. It hails from the town of Ferrara, near Bologna, Italy and has been developed by former racing driver Enea Casoni.

The unique selling point of this supercar is its analogue philosophy. In a world where complication seems the norm, Casoni set out to deliver something akin to a pure driver’s car. The third prototype model, this latest version has been built upon the chassis of a Ferrari F430.

Few specific details are known about the engine which powers the car, other than the fact that it generates 600 hp at 8,640 rpm. We suspect that it uses the 4.3 litre V8 engine from the donor F430. The power is pit to the rear wheels through a 6-speed gearbox. In total, the P8 weighs in at 1,200 kg.

The bodywork is hand-made from aluminium and carbon pieces with a set of gullwing doors providing some drama. The one concession to modern convenience is the electronic traction control which benefits from 12 settings.

The interior looks pretty sorted with a carbon fibre dash board, punctuated by alcantara and aluminium. Rather than a rear view mirror, the OnlyOne P8 uses an LCD monitor carved into the roof.

At first site, it looks ungainly. The bolt on fenders give it the feel of something cobbled together in a garage by an amateur mechanic. The more you look at it, the more you notice the small details. It appears a labour of love for Casoni. Yet with a €2,500,000 asking price, our guess is that it will prove a tough sell!

One of Twenty Pagani Huayra BC For Sale in the US

Californian Pagani dealership, Pagani Newport Beach, has listed a Pagani Huayra BC for sale on JamesEdition. The hottest Pagani Huayra model to date is a sought after machine. Just 20 were built and, as you would expect with Pagani, each one was tailored to the customer’s taste.

This particular Pagani Huayra BC was number 2 of 20. It was one of the first delivered and has covered a mere 3,433 km since it was delivered. Originally based in San Francisco, we are told that it replaced a red standard Pagani Huayra when it was delivered. We can only assume that the owner has taken delivery of a Pagani Huayra Roadster, forcing the sale!

Since it was delivered, the Pagani Huayra BC has been spotted at various events around California. It is quite an attractive spec with blue carbon fibre the predominant body material with black carbon fibre accents for all of the important aerodynamic parts. The interior is pure black with silver stitching and the occasional red detail.

This is the first Pagani Huayra BC to emerge on the public market. Newport Beach have not ventured a sale price, however, we suspect that it will eventually sell for multiple millions.

By way of reminder, the Huayra BC features a 6.0 liter V12, twin turbocharged AMG engine with an extra 30 hp. It now produces 750 hp brake horsepower together with 1,000 Nm of torque.

New Ferrari LaFerrari with 100km For Sale

GTspirit is proud to offer a new Ferrari LaFerrari with only 100 km mileage, delivered new to the first owner in the Middle East.

The LaFerrari was launched back in 2013 after which 499 units were made and sold out. A final 500th car was revealed in 2016, it was later auctioned for a record $7 million with proceeds going towards the Italian earthquake relief fund. Prices for the LaFerrari continue to rise despite the introduction of the Aperta whose value is even higher.


Powering the LaFerrari is a 6.3L V12 N/A engine mated to a KERS system producing 950bhp and 900nm of torque altogether. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a 7-speed DCT, the top speed is rated at 217 mph with a 0-62 mph time of less than 3 seconds.

For full details about the car on offer, please contact us here. The price is on request.