Lamborghini is planning to reveal an ultra-elite, limited-run supercar at next year’s Geneva show, as said by a report from French magazine TF1 called the new 2016 Lamborghini Centenario. The Italian manufacturer’s new model will be based on the present Aventador SV and celebrates the centenary of the birth of Ferruccio Lamborghini, its founder.
Exterior and Interior
This supercar will be built on the Lamborghini Aventador platform and will borrow most of its exterior features counting its dimensions. As said by engineers’ depiction, they imagine an organically reshaped model with Lamborghini’s familiar signature look. At the front, we can assume a couple of big air intakes that would flank a small grille situated at the center.
We have little info to divulge around the new Lamborghini Centenario 2016 interior at this time. Though, we expect the automaker to focus on present exclusive extravagance with this model.
As such, the interior of the new Centenario will be covered with aluminum, steel, in addition to premium leather rather than carbon-fiber in addition to Alcantara. We also presume its two bucket seats to be more comfortable than sporty. There will be a large HD multi-function screen in front of the driver.
Engine and Mileage
As said by rumors the new Centenario may feature a 6.5 L V-12 atmospheric Power-train like the one in the Aventador. As the term suggests the engine would produce 770 ps (760 hp). Surprisingly, it would produce this entire horsepower without the aid of electric motors or turbos.
Release date and Price of 2016 Lamborghini Centenario
We anticipate the car to be unveiled throughout the Geneva Motor Show which would be held from 3rd to13th March 2016. The new Lamborghini Centenario is to price over $ 1.5 million.
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The ultra-exclusive, limited car was shown off in hologram form at a latest private event and Lamborghini plans on debut it at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Production is estimated to be limited to just 20 units and it’s most likely that the Italian automaker would create a convertible variant of Centenario down the road, like what it did with the Reventon.