To a lot of people, the Lamborghini Centenario is a dream car. Only 20 coupes and 20 roadsters were built making this one of the rarest Lamborghini's ever sold. Both versions of the Centenario were sold for about $2 million when new but now one of them is on the second hand market.
This Centenario was delivered last year to an US customer and has been finished in an incredible spec. On the outside, you are greeted with a bright shade of blue with black carbon fibre accents making this instantly recognisable. The rear 3/4 shot of the car is my favourite as it shows the combination of the blue and the carbon fibre blending together, especially on the diffuser with the blue accent's against the carbon fibre. The wheels also have carbon fibre, completing the exterior.
The blue and black theme carries on to the interior, with a mix of black alcantra, bright blue accents which can be found on the stitching, steering wheel, carpet and seat inserts. And of course, there's plenty of carbon fibre in the interior too. The interior certainly looks stunning and it must feel incredible being inside it.
Powering this bespoke supercar is Lamborghini's famous naturally-aspirated 6.5 litre V12 which pumps out 759bhp and 507lb ft of torque. This means the car is able to set a 0-62mph time of 2.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 217mph.
No price is given, as it says on the website 'Call for Price'. However it is safe to say that this car will go for well over its original price of over $2 million.
What do you think?
If I had the money for this car, I would seriously consider buying it but, I would also consider an Aventador SV J as that's basically the same car but for 1/4 of the asking price. Let me know in the comments below with your thoughts.