Two works of art converged last week in one singular space, as the $36 million design-centric home at 1201 Laurel Way played host to Lamborghini’s stunning, brand new Veneno Roadster, priced at 3.3€ million.
In mid-November, a single Veneno Roadster – there are only 9 in production worldwide – was on display in Laurel Way’s glass-encased car museum, showing off every inch of its red-and-black muscle and precision engineering. This open-top, carbon-fiber car can travel up to 221 miles per hour, and it goes from zero to 62 mph in a mere 2.9 seconds.
At this exclusive open-house/open-car event, one VIP guest arrived each hour for a private viewing of the Veneno Roadster, with Lamborghini executives on hand to answer any questions. Afterwards, each guest received a private showing by The Agency of the sensational Laurel Way compound, a complementary edifice of sleek angles, glass and design, with jaw-dropping city and ocean views. A custom coffee bar, catered by Longshot Coffee, provided drinks and hors d’oeuvres with macaroons by ‘Lette.
Lamborghini has not confirmed sales from the event but they are confident it was a success. Guests who were there solely to view the car ended up touring the home, and additional showings of 1201 Laurel Way are already being requested. It was yet another win for the partnership between The Agency and Lamborghini, who previously paired up to throw “The Ultimate Open House” at 1232 Sunset Plaza in June.
Check out the Veneno Roadster below and other pictures from this special event.