There are just nine Lamborghini Veneno Roadsters on earth and one of them was recently detailed and had a paint protection film applied by Topaz Detailing in the UK.
The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster in question is one of the most recognizable thanks to its satin carbon fiber exterior finish and plethora of green accents. Not too long ago, a cream-colored Veneno Roadster, perhaps the least-attractive finish adorning any of the nine sold to customers, sold for $8.4 million. This example could demand more than that, so it’s no surprise that the owner has decided to protect the exterior finish.
Before Topaz went about applying its paint protection film, it meticulously cleaned every square inch of the Italian hypercar, making it look like it had just rolled out of Lamborghini’s factory. The detailing company is so fanatical about perfection that it even applies a ceramic coating to the wheels to keep them clean and shiny well into the future.
Due to the distinctive bodywork of the Veneno, every single piece of paint protection film applied to the car had to be custom-designed and cut to fit. Protection film was even applied to the headlights.
Lamborghini launched the Veneno Roadster back in 2013 with a $4.5 million price tag. It features the same naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine of the Aventador but pumps out 750 hp. This particular example was first spotted in public in Los Angeles back in 2015 but has since been relocated to the UK.