The Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 was a sold out affair despite its $2.5 million price tag even before it was presented in all its carbon fiber glory to the public.

But deliveries haven’t started just yet as the Italian supercar maker wants to produce just 20 coupes and 20 roadster at its well known Sant’Agata Bolognese plant. And the lucky videographer was just in the best spot possible and at the right moment to catch a glimpse of the rare exotic taking a trip outside the factory confines. We can see he’s even willing to get himself a ticket for illegal parking just to gaze one more time at the beautiful machine.

While seeing the Centenario in the flesh is of course something to get excited for, the driver has decided not to bless the audience with too much of a show. The limited-edition supercar’s driver first needs to allow all the glazing pedestrians cross and then he needs to cope with the usual traffic. We can see the Lambo’s 6.5-liter V12 with 770 horsepower not breaking a single sweat or harmonic when driving away from the shop. But at least the clip does show the rear wing retracting into the body. With all 40 Centenario units already accounted for in exotic garages, such clips might be the best in terms of firsthand experience.


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