Who buys a €3 million ($3.9 million) car? Not you. Lamborghini's run of the new Veneno is sold out - though it only made three.
The latest in its tradition of bespoke cars, the Veneno is the fastest, most powerful Lamborghini ever built.
At the Geneva Motor Show, where it was revealed, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann made sure to rev the engine as he drove the car out on stage.
Rest assured, the Veneno, which is named for an infamous fighting bull, sounds like a Lamborghini.
The back of the Veneno car is pictured on the Lamborghini booth during at the 83rd Geneva Car Show.
Powering the Veneno is a 12-cylinder engine and a 7-speed transmission with five different driving modes.
Lamborghini says the Veneno can reach speeds of 220 miles per hour (355 kilometers per hour) and accelerates from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds.
The body is carbon-fibre to keep the car as light as possible and allow for that quick acceleration.
The shape is angular and muscular, with cut-outs sprinkled throughout and a back fin that fades into the roof.
The rear looks like the bottom of a rocket ship, and the car nearly kisses the ground it sits so low.
Scissor doors open up to reveal an interior also clad in carbon-fiber. The feel is suede-like throughout, but the dashboard has a fairly standard look. You don't feel as if you're about to take off.
The customers are thrilled - though they have yet to actually get behind the wheel. "It's rolling artwork, it's like owning the Mona Lisa," said Singh. "I look forward to driving it."
Lamborghini is billing the Veneno as a race car that just happens to be street legal - but how closely they've hewn to racing technology is unclear.
"It sounds like they're trying to use the cache of a racing vehicle but not go the whole way," said Paul Newton, an analyst with IHS. Automotive.
"This is one of the most extreme cars we've done to date," Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann said in an interview.