Press enter and check the details of freshly published new groove Lambo! These sketch-like images are just patent ones; however, they might give a general idea of what the to-be Lamborghini Centenario looks like. Sad enough, but the patent documentation published recently did not contain any certain actual model name; though, the Centenario is believed to be the most possible variant.
The model is aimed to mark the centenary of Ferruccio Lamborghini, an Italian mechanic and automaker. The estimated number of units to be built is only 40; it means the total edition is to be extremely limited, with 20 coupes and 20 roadsters accordingly. Despite the skyscraper’s price of $2.4 million per unit, all the production supercar models are assumedly out of stock already.
The limited-run Centenario is expected to share its basis with the Aventador, with the low-slung styling and due to this, reduced visibility. The entire bodywork is rather subtle, with a pointed elongated nose and a compact roof-mounted vent. The high-end metal will reportedly debut at Swiss show in several days.