One of the nine Lamborghini Veneno Roadsters can be found in Germany.
In line with Germany's general environmental and energy saving awareness, there are many state-of-the-art cars on the market which use alternative energy, such as hybrid, natural gas, liquid gas (LPG), plant oil, fuel cells or ethanol. It would be amazing if one of these supercars will stay In Germany. The Veneno often ends up in a car collection but we would love to see this car on the streets! With a price of 3.3 million Euro excluding taxes this car is way more expensive than the Pagani Huayra and Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport.
Volkswagen announced XL1 hybrid price for Germany.
Most car dealers in Germany specialise in selling cars from one particular manufacturer. Occasionally they will offer ex-demonstration or showroom vehicles (Vorfuehrwagen), or vehicles bought by employees at a discount but resold after a year (Jahreswagen). Volkswagen that presented the super fuel-efficient XL1 hybrid at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, has announced its pricing for the German market. The vehicle will carry a starting price of 110,000 EUR (INR 9337009.00) in Germany. The concept of VW XL1 hybrid was first introduced at the 2011 Qatar Auto Show, and since the world has been waiting for this highly efficient vehicle.