Fact: Nothing beats a Lamborghini car except a limited-edition Lamborghini. This time the world of luxury cars revolves around the Lamborghini Centenario.
When the luxury car company announced that it was constructing a car, speculations were endless. As the upcoming car was designed to commemorate the 100th birthday of its founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini, expectations were soaring high. Would the new car have wings made of crystal and carbon fiber? Would it be accompanied with drones to give the driver some live feed while on the road?
The previous CEO of Lamborghini, Stephan Winkelmann is the architect who designed the Centenario. Stunning is the word used by the company to describe this car. As the CEO performed his final task to remove the cover and introduce their newest creation, the reaction of the audience was a bit disappointed. Yes, the Centenario is beautifully striking but so does the Huracan, the Aventador and its predecessors.
But as soon as the explanation was heard, people were struck by its brilliance. It shedded light that the Centenario was created to be “the truest expression of Lamborghini’s commitment to new and inspirational design.” This luxury model was intended to be the pure essence of the car maker’s soul. The more you take a closer look, the more it looks captivating. Sounds like a success to all engineers who worked on this beauty.
The Lamborghini Centenario
The Centenario is a seductive package of outlets, intakes and ducts covered in glossy carbon fiber. The wheel wells have an unusual shape and the custom 21-inch Pirelli Zeros at the rear part are revealing. The famous scissor doors are also in the Centenario and it only means that it possesses the V12. As all car experts are aware of, V12 is the most powerful engine Lamborghini has produced ever.
In other ways to describe, the Lamborghini Centenario is sexy as hell, brutally fast and equipped with the most up to date, cutting-edge technology. Only 40 units will be produced and prices start at 1.75 million euros. All have been sold to car collectors and incredibly rich Lamborghini followers.