$8 million Lamborghini seized from an African dictator’s son

$8 million Lamborghini seized from an African dictator’s son

The roadster version of the Veneno originally ran €3.3 million, about $3.6 million, when it was first unveiled in 2014.

A 2014 Lamborghini Veneno just fetched $8.27 million at a Bonhams auction in Switzerland on Sunday.

The car was originally seized from Equatorial Guinea Vice President Teodoro Nguema Obiang’s son by Swiss officials in 2016,

The supercar is one of 26 vehicles from the young Obiang’s collection that the State of Geneva and Bonhams auctioned.

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