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Last Lamborghini Aventador Coupe Sells For $1.6M, Comes With NFT


Friends, the end of the automotive era is upon us. Or rather, that almost to us. The car you see here is the last Lamborghini Aventador coupe to come from Sant’Agata Bolognese, although technically, it hasn’t been built yet. That hasn’t stopped interested parties from bidding this Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimee well beyond the seven-figure mark. When the hammer is dropped, this special Lambo retails for $1,603,125.

However, that hefty price tag doesn’t just cover the car. Lamborghini has entered the world of non-exchangeable tokens – NFT – by partnering with artists Krista Kim and Steve Aoki, as well as INVNT GROUP. They created a one-on-one NFT featuring a digital version of a real-life car, placed in a digital world resembling Mars. Yes, we talk about the planet, but this is a digital world where the sky is not the limit because hey, no sky.

Kim and Aoki didn’t just make the NFT for this special Aventador. They worked with Lamborghini’s Ad Personam customization program on the exterior finish and interior trim of the actual car, taking a minimalist approach to make it as unique as the NFT. The paint is a mix of Blue Nethuns and Nero Noctis which fades from a lighter shade on the front to pure black on the back.

The interior is clad in black surfaces and orange trim, although the orange also has a similar gradient effect to the exterior. It is inspired by “Mars Metaverse Sunset” which may be part of NFT. We said it seems because the only people who saw it were the owner of the Lambo and related parties. However, the video below does offer an example of a digital project.


Apart from cars and NFT, this Aventador Utimae buyer is given all kinds of VIP treatment from Lamborghini. That includes exclusive previews of future limited-edition Lamborghini models, exclusive invitations to activities with local Lambo dealers, private tours to the Lamborghini Museum, and meet/greets with NFT artists.

As for the car, it will be built later this year and should be in the hands of buyers by September.



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