Driving the Lamborghini Veneno would be a nerve-racking experience to say the very least. There are only four in the world, they cost $4.1 million each and they are made entirely of carbon fiber, meaning bumping into anything, even at low speeds, could cause thousands of dollars in damage. So you can imagine what the guy in the video below was feeling when he was tasked with inching the multi-million dollar supercar into a narrow trailer.
As if it wasn’t already hard enough to try and fit the Veneno into the trailer, which is barely wide enough to accommodate its wide hips, halfway through the process it begins to rain. The car is eventually safely guided in and to the delight of the owner, comes away from the event unscathed and unaffected by the elements.
The best part of this video is the seemingly endless amount of time it gives you to drink in the Veneno’s complex body lines and dramatic styling elements. It seems like every time you look at the Veneno, you discover a new nook or cranny that you hadn’t seen before. The glorious hum of the 6.5 liter V12 idling is a nice touch, too. Check out the video just below.