If you have enough good fortune to own a Lamborghini, something tells me you've done something either right or incredibly horrible to afford such a set of wheels.
Now, if you can pony up the bucks for, say, a vehicle produced in a batch of three you're on a whole other level.
While one would think that an owner would be pretty satisfied with one crazy, multi-million dollar vehicle in their fleet, it turns out that Miami-based Kris Singh isn't.
That's because he has the world talking about his latest acquisition, a one-off Pagani Huayra. Details remain slim at this stage but we're looking forward to seeing how Singh decides to make his Huayra unique as he joins the ranks of Lewis Hamilton and an unnamed Chilean businessman that commissioned Zonda 760RS'.
...With just three Lamborghini Veneno owners in the world, you could excuse them for keeping their cars locked away from stunned eyes. However, Kris Singh, the man who owns one of two Venenos in the U.S., is very active of Instagram and is frequently spotted in Miami driving his Lamborghini Veneno or Aventador LP720-4 50th Anniversario Roadster.
Now the keen rev-head has confirmed that he’s ordered a custom Pagani Huayra and is expecting it to be delivered in the coming months. Singh’s Veneno is believed to be the fourth U.S. specification Huayra manufactured and interestingly, it will be the first one-off Huayra built thus far...