Utra Rare Lamborghini Centenario: Only 40 Units of Produced And First Car Delivered To UAE

Mar 23, 2017 09:12 AM EDT | Hannah Jill

The Lamborghini Centenario is created as a fitting 100th birthday tribute to the man who started it all. Mr. Ferrucio Lamborghini started manufacturing cars with the motto: nothing is impossible.

In the decades that followed, the company produced not only extraordinary but legendary cars as well. Lamborghini Motors is now one of the legends in the motor industry.

Only 40 units of the Lamborghini Centenario were actually produced. 20 unit coupe and 20 unit roadster. According to Drive Spark, the fast car was unveiled during the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

The power plant of the vehicle is a 770 BHP, 6.5 Liter, naturally aspirated V12 engine. All of these power is delivered to all its 4 wheels controlled by a 7-speed manual transmission gear box. It is reported to accelerate for 0-100 kilometer per hour in just 2.8 seconds and has a top speed of 350 kilometers per hour.

One year after its launching, the first Lamborghini Centenario was finally delivered to its very first customer. The car was delivered in the United Arab Emirates.

The delivered unit is only one of the 40 cars manufactured in its plant in Agata Bolognese. It is a roadster variant that was originally unveiled in California in August last year. Delivered in a shade of orange, the unit cost 10 million Dirhams.

The latest reported delivery of the very rare car was made in Germany. Car Scoop reported that the Lamborghini Centenario was finished in Nero Nemesis or matte black in English. There is still no report when all 40 units will be delivered. The only information given is that all 40 units were already sold out.

In other news, it was published in Live Mint that the company will be expanding its operation in India. Although there is no Lamborghini Centenario sold in the country, other units are still available for the Indian market. Four out of every ten luxury cars sold in the country are confirmed Lamborghini made. The Huracan Avio and Rs3.17 core will also be marketed in the country.

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