• The Lamborghini V12 will be equipped with an NFT

  • Lamborghini is preparing to release its final V12 car with a one-of-one NFT, which is huge news for the automotive industry.

    Tractors and beyond for Lamborghini

    Few luxury vehicle companies are more known than Lamborghini, and it’s inspiring to see how far a tractor-making firm has come to become one of the most enthralling and identifiable brands of all time.

    Lamborghini is a brand that does not cut shortcuts; attention to detail and customized service are important aspects of this company’s business. It was exciting and intriguing to watch how Lamborghini would approach its NFT objectives when the firm revealed plans to enter the NFT field.

    One of the burning topics was whether Lamborghini NFTs will be linked to vehicle ownership. Will Lamborghini stick to its brand by producing a restricted number of NFTs? These are valid issues to pose, given that many people are emotionally invested in the Lamborghini brand, even if we may not be able to buy their vehicles.

    Lamborghini recently announced intentions to sell off the sole remaining unit of one of its most important and sought-after vehicles.

    The Final Aventador Coupé

    Lamborghini is transitioning to an electric future, and its internal combustion engine Aventador program is being phased out. The Italian business announced plans to auction off its final Aventador coupe on April 9 during an event in Canada.

    Lamborghini will auction off its final Aventador model, a 770-hp Ultimae version, on April 19, and this sale will be symbolic because every Aventador sold after this point will be totally electric or hybrid. The Lamborghini auction is symbolic, and it only makes sense that the business sells this automobile in the most 2022 way possible.

    Lamborghini will offer the vehicle in conjunction with a one-of-one NFT, which is a move in the right direction for the Italian automaker. Lamborghini is not going into this initiative alone; the firm will work with two modern musicians, Steve Aoki and Krista Kim. In addition, the INVNT group, a brand narrative firm, will be involved in the project.

    Krista Kim will create the visual artwork for the NFT, and we may expect her trademark design features to appear on the real Lamborghini Aventador Coupe. Steve Aoki is a well-known musician who will be tasked with creating a special track for the NFT.

    Lamborghini will become electric.

    As previously said, the sale of the final Lamborghini Aventador Coupe is an unique occasion for the firm, and it is part of its intention to dramatically electrify its lineup as early as next year. Lovers of the classic V12 engine will be saddened to see it leave, and it’s easy to see why.

    At the very least, it’s wonderful to see Lamborghini honoring one of its most iconic engines while the business becomes one of the first to dramatically electrify its lineup.

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