The Lamborghini model that will come out to celebrate the company’s 100-year anniversary – hence the Centenario moniker – is not even official yet but it appears the $2.38 million price tag was a trifle for the collectors.
That’s because the officially unrevealed model has been reportedly booked out – though we do grant a limited run edition has a tendency to reach sold out status quite fast. The model reportedly called “Centenario” (centenary) will be presented soon to the eager audience and has been developed by the Italian brand to pay a tribute to company founder Ferruccio Lamborghini – as this year there will be 100 years since his birth on April 28, 1916 (he died back in 1993). The special series model could also be treated to the usual numerical moniker – the “LP770-4” suffix being tossed around by the rumor mill – hinting towards a 770 PS (759 hp) power level and an all-wheel drive system.
News gathered from different sources has lately confirmed the model would not be riding on the Huracan’s architecture but rather employ the same platform as the Aventador big brother. And production could be capped to 40 units – 20 coupe and 20 roadster – with a price tag of $2.38 million, most likely for the fixed top version. While the roadster is expected to cost even more, it appears that all vehicles have already found their owners. The model is expected to debut during the Geneva Motor Show in March and could even have its first deliveries in April to follow the exact timeframe of Ferucio’s birth 100 years ago.