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In January, Lamborghini announced Space Time Memory, its first NFT project. The series of five photographs of a Lamborghini Ultimae launching celebrated “human space exploration,” the company said. 
Source: Lamborghini

In June, Chevrolet was hoping to cash in on the cryptocurrency bonanza that saw a non-fungible token made with Steve Aoki and packaged with the last Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Coupé ever made sell for $1.6 million. So it offered a car-themed NFT of its own.
Chevy paired a digital image of a Corvette Z06 in a Blade Runner-style cityscape, with a real-life 2023 ’Vette custom-painted to match the artwork. The Detroit automaker’s acid-green duo failed to receive a single bid—even after the sale was extended by a day. Trevor Thompkins, a spokesperson for Corvette, characterizes the endeavor as “very educational.” 


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