Meet Antoine Dominic, former Ferrari customer and current owner of Lamborghini Long Island, and Kris Singh, Managing Director of Tequesta Investments from Florida.
is in his
thirties, and not afraid to joke around a bit.
gives credit to Volkswagen
for creating the best car in the world ( the Bugatti Veyron) by marrying a Beetle to an Audi TT RS.
also owned Ferraris before, and tells us that the last ones he
liked were the 430 Scuderia and the 16M, but still he
would choose a Gallardo Superleggera or Performante instead of those.
They don't like Ferrari's new headlamps.
Meet The Guys Who Paid $4 Million For The Lamborghini Veneno Before Seeing It
Chief Designer, Filippo Perini a modern day Marcello Gandini, a genius in short.
They love the direct feel of the single clutch gearbox (Kris can't see why anybody would need faster shift-times than 50 milliseconds), and the raw power of the new V12.
Antoine puts it this way: "When you have the best design, the best engine and the best gearbox, you have an unbeatable combination."
Looking at Peter's MacBook, Kris
is keen to give a high five for the old V12's firing order.
knows the numbers as he
used them for codes in the past.
I get my high five when I tell them how much I hate when people hide away their rare cars.
They assure us the Venenos won't be hidden.
Antoine will put his
on display at the showroom in Long Island, while Kris
will drive his
around Florida as much as possible.
wants to be the guy sharing the poster car with the children on the street.