Precisely how effective? Another leak gives that away. A trademark application filed in 2015 for that name ‘Centenario LP770-4’ informs all of us we have to know. The vehicle has been created to mark a century because the birth of Ferruccio Lamborghini, hence ‘Centenario.’ Which number describes 770hp. That’s 759bhp...
Power is anticipated in the future from the updated form of the present Aventador’s 6.5 litre V12. It’s recently been increased to 750hp within the LP750-4 Superveloce (740bhp), so compressing an additional 19bhp from this shouldn’t be too taxing.
Because the ‘4’ within the name demonstrates, that power goes lower through all wheels because of a drivetrain that’s based, combined with the chassis, with that from the Aventador. But despite discussing the Aventador’s underpinnings, the Centenario includes a style all its very own.
Like previous limited-edition, uber-costly Lamborghinis - the Sesto Elemento, Veneno and Reventon come to mind - the carbonfibre bodywork from the Centenario is exclusive for this model. More than the Aventador because of a extended nose and tail, the sense is of the significantly lower vehicle.
The extended shape indicates top speed is really a priority so that as you’d expect from what’s apt to be the quickest Lamborghini yet, there’s an overload of aero. From vanes and switch-ups around the front splitter to some multi-channelled diffuser behind, it’s likely to be a meeting of carbonfibre addenda of all the position. Diminishing violets do not need to apply.
Actually, the probability is that no-one should apply. Lamborghini is known to happen to be in contact with its richest and many ardent fans, and also the entire run of 40 cars - around 20 coupes is going to be adopted with a similar quantity of roadsters - is thought to be paid for for. If you have the transaction in, you are able to anticipate obtaining probably the most sophisticated, effective and quickest Lamborghini available.