Lamborghini recently unleashed their highly limited Centenario supercar on the Italian Nardo Ring for testing purposes and to give a select few people a preview of the new V12-powered Lamborghini. Unveiled during this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the Centenario was built in honor of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday.
With a naturally aspirated V12, the Centenario is expected to be one of the last of its kind. The car packs 770 hp and rushes to a 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds. Just a total of 40 units will be produced, of which 20 will be roadsters and 20 boast a coupe design. All of the cars have of course been spoken for and deliveries are expected to commence in fall of this year, with the last car arriving at its destination in 2017 the latest.
Now check out this video showing the Centenario stretching its legs at the Nardo technical center in Italy