The new Lambo model is a variation of the Aventador, featuring a similar carbon-fiber monocoque and 6.5-liter V12 engine, capable of accelerating from zero to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds.
The Lamborghini Centenario is unfit for public road use, so these photos by Ron Alder W Photography for Lamborghini Hong Kong may be the only good look we’ll get of the rare supercar for the time being.
Only 20 coupe and 20 roadster versions of the Lamborghini Centenario will be produced, and if you are thinking about buying or ordering one of these bad boys you’re already out of luck.
All 40 pieces have already been sold. Price? Just $1.9 million.
Last week the first US owner just received the car. The first US car is a black and blue hardtop. The company says this one was custom built with a glossy carbon-fiber exterior. Inside, is the same color scheme set to leather and Alcantara. Lambo says the rest of the Centenario’s US customers will get their cars this year.
You can check the car in the clip below.
This highly-anticipated Centenario Coupe is the first car to be delivered in the entire Asia-Pacific region. The Centenario model takes exclusivity to another level with its custom-requested full carbon-fibre exterior body in gloss finish, contrasted by the roof and lower-part in matt carbon-fibre finish.
Accelerating from 0-100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds and from 0-300 km/h in just 23.5 seconds, the Centenario’s top speed is more than 350 km/h. Braking distances are equally impressive: from 100-0 km/h in just 30 m and from 300-0 km/h in 290 m.
What do you think about this beast? Leave your comments below and if were lucky enough to see it on the streets we would appreciate to share with us.