The $2.3 Million Lamborghini Centenario Roadster convertible version had just been unveiled at Concour d'Elegance Pebble Beach and had been sold out in just a few hours. This is by far the most powerful car Lamborghini ever built.
Earlier this year, Lamborghini presented a limited edition $1.9 million Lamborghini Centenario Coupe. It was a very impressive supercar that looks like bumble bee with extra weapons on it. Just when car enthusiast thought this was the best, here comes a more expensive and much powerful Lamborghini Centenario Roadster. Each of its lucky owners had to pay a huge amount of money, taxes not included but all is worth it as they will get a topless Italian supercar that is the most powerful - for now.
For those of you guys who were interested in acquiring one, even if you can afford one, sorry but there are only 20 units of this convertible Roadster and all had been sold out at Pebble Beach in just a few hours.
The Centenario Lamborghini Roadster is just so special that will keep the powerful V12 engine 6.5 - liter naturally aspirated. But for this model it has been boosted to 770 hp thanks to a weight of 1,520 kg, you will achieve astonishing performance and can get acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds and a top speed above 350 km / h. Practically burying the performance of the coupe.
As for the appearance, there are hardly any surprises and will remain like his brother coupe. The only difference between them is the absence of the roof. Also the elegant color Argento Centenario ,a kind of tone silvery blue that stands out from carbon fiber with yellow accents view that sported the version with roof. The angular forms everywhere are just astonishing which is greatly accompanied by the retractable spoiler rear diffuser in the end.
Most importantly the Centenario Lamborghini Roadster is the fist Lamborghini that has an Apple CarPlay on a 10.1 inch touchscreen.
Both the coupe and the convertible version of the Roadster was presented as a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ferruccio Lamborghini, the man who started it all. Both also has an interior digital camera that will allow the riders to video their reactions while they try to reach the maximum speed of the Roadster. For the rest of us, we can just enjoy it at Pebble Beach.