Lamborghini Centenario made its debut debut on video recently. Filmed running at the Nardò Technical Centre in Italy, this is the first time the car’s 6.5-litre V12 can be heard at full pelt.
The wraps were pulled off the 759bhp Lamborghini Centenario way back in March, at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
The Lamborghini Centenario combines a lightweight carbon fibre tub and the most powerful naturally aspirated V12 engine in the company’s history.
The car needs just 2.8 seconds to cover the 0 to 100 kmph sprint and it will go from naught to 300 kmph in 23.5 seconds, on the way to a top speed of 350 kmph.
The car features an Active rear wing and when combined with massive carbon-ceramic brakes, the Centenario can be brought to a dead stop from 100kmph in just 30 metres.
The Centenario also comes with rear-wheel steering – unique to Lamborghini – and a power to weight ratio of 1.97kg per horsepower. That’s thanks to a carbon fibre monocoque chassis, which keeps the hypercar nice and light.
Limited to just 40 units (20 coupes and 20 roadsters), the Centenario was sold out by the time it debuted in March.
Video source: Youtube