When the Lamborghini Centenario debuted at the Geneva Auto Show as a tribute to honor the Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday, there was one thing that was overshadowed by coupe’s debut. That was the fact Lambo also a Centenario Roadster in the works. What’s more, the 20-unit production run was already sold out ahead of the auto show. Like the Coupe, it was likely shown to prospective buyers as a 3D hologram during Monterey Car Week in 2015.
And it features a fill key smooth silver finish that really make this rare model stand out. Every angle on this card is designed with a purpose. Aerodynamics aid with stability cooling and speed and boy is this car fast. A massive naturally aspirated v12 engine is mounted midship making over 700 horsepower. Meaning this is the most powerful Lambo available. 0 to 60 takes under three seconds and you expect at top speed of over 200 miles-per-hour.
Helping this car maintain its stability at speed is an active rear spoiler and of course this car sports all-wheel drive.
Inside you can see a few luxuries including a 10.1 inch touchscreen that features apple carplay and other performance data like speed x and g forces can be displayed as well. Don’t forget to take in that brown Alcantara interior with those beautiful leather inserts as well.
So how can get your hands on this car. Sadly you can’t because all 20 of these 2.2 million dollar roadsters.
Engine: v12, MPI (Multi Point Injection),
Max. power: 770 CV (566 kW) @ 8.500 rpm
Emission control: Euro 6 – LEV 2
Transmission type: Electronically controlled all-wheel drive system (Haldex gen. IV) with rear mechanical self-locking differential
Gearbox: ISR (Independent Shifting Rods) gearbox with 7 speeds
Max. Speed: >350 km/h (>217 mph)
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 2,9 s.
Body: Exteriors in carbon fiber
External mirrors: Electrically operated, heated and foldable
Rims-Front: 20’’ specific forged rims; 9J x 20 ET 17.2
Rims-Front: 21’’ specific forged rims; 13J x 21 ET 51.7
Control system: Electronic Stability Control (ABS e TCS integrated)
Published: Patrik Jonsson