The Lamborghini Centenario LP-770 is a supercar produced by the Italian manufacturer Lamborghini, revealed on March 1, 2016 during the Geneva Motor Show. 40 units will be manufactured, among which they are already sold at a price of € 2.5 million.1 This car honors the founder of Lamborghini, Ferruccio Lamborghini, who would have turned 100 in 2016. Hence the name of this car. In the same year, Lamborghini unveiled the Centenary LP 770-4 Roadster. The only changes in the design are the open top and the rear engine door. The first manufactured unit has a simple light silver paint. The weight of the car has also increased, now set at 1570 kg.
The Centennial is based on the Lamborghini Reventón and the Lamborghini Veneno, despite being slightly longer than the Aventador SV. Large air intakes on the hood add aerodynamic load to the front axle. Headlights, skirts and wheel arches also have air intakes, which provide air flow to the rear radiators. The monocoque body and chassis are made of carbon fiber. The skirts, the front splitter, the wheel arches and the rear diffuser are functional and painted in matt carbon. In total, it weighs 1520 kg, 55 kg less than the Aventador.