Automobili Lamborghini officially holds the title of the greatest 50th anniversary celebration of all time. Introducing the Veneno, the $4.6 million supercar that just debuted across the globe in Geneva.  In one of the rarest releases in recent memory, only three of these vehicles were produced, and all three have already been purchased (we're wondering who will be the lucky guy to visit Jay Leno's garage). The car is dressed in green, white and red to (obviously) represent the colors of the Italian flag. 

Based on the Aventador, the Veneno will have 750 horsepower from its 6.5L, 12-cylinder engine and will hit up to 220 mph. It will also have a 7-speed ISR transmission, five driving modes, an all-wheel drive, and an all-carbon fiber monocoque. 

The name Veneno, which translates to "venom" in spanish (just thought you should know) is named after "one of the fastest bulls in the history of bullfight," according to Lamborghini. Apparently, the name became popular in 1914, after killing José Sánchez Rodriguez in a Sanlúcar de Barrameda's arena bullfight. Like. A. Boss.

Hit the jump for the full press release. Shout out to Shmee with the first live photo. 

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[via Lamborghini and SHMEE]

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