- Lamborghini will auction the last Aventador Coupé with its NFT starting this April 19.
- NFT experts Krista Kim and DJ Aoki had a hand in the project.
- The buyer will get exclusive perks along with the NFT and physical supercar.
Lamborghini is set to place the last Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Coupé ever produced under the hammer at RM Sotheby’s starting this April 19. The Aventador will come with its own NFT that will be the first Lamborghini in the metaverse.
The auction is said to be the world’s first 1:1 NFT that will come with a physical supercar. To make the project more premium, Lamborghini tapped NFT experts Krista Kim and DJ Steve Aoki, both of which will heavily influence the design of both the NFT and the physical car.
The project will also see participation from the INVNT group.
Kim, the artist behind the first-ever NFT house, has been assigned to design the Aventador NFT. According to the announcement, Kim’s “signature gradients” will appear on the physical car.
Meanwhile, the internationally acclaimed American DJ was tasked to produce the accompanying soundtrack for the NFT. Like Kim, Aoki will be consulted on the design of the digital and physical assets.
The buyer of the assets will also get access to VIP utilities, including an exclusive sneak peek of future limited edition Lamborghini models, a tour of the Museo Lamborghini, and a virtual meet-and-greet with Kim and Aoki.
RM Sotheby’s claimed that there are more exclusive perks but has yet to reveal them. Furthermore, the listing has yet to disclose a pre-sale estimate, but history dictates that the value of the auction item will exceed the supercar’s original price of around $500,000.
Nevertheless, the auction is believed to be a historical moment for Lamborghini and the NFT community, suggested INVNT Group CEO Scott Cullather:
“This event will likely be one of the most prolific NFT drops this year and will certainly be one of the most historic automobile auctions ever,”