The First Lamborghini Centenario in the US has Arrived

Lamborghini Newport Beach had the honor of presenting the keys to the first Centenario in the U.S.

The limited edition model was created to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini’s birth, priced from $1.9 million before taxes. The all carbon fiber car is limited to 20 coupes and 20 convertibles worldwide and is powered by a naturally-aspirated V12 engine with 770 horsepower.

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The first unit to arrive in the U.S. features a glossy carbon fiber exterior, highlighted with Blu Nethuns accents. The blue detailing can be seen on the lower part of the hypercar, as well as the roof lining, rear air intake, lower part of the rear movable wing and on the carbon extractors. The cabin features the same exclusive design cues, with black Nero Ade leather and Alcantara accented by Blu Amon stitching and embroidery. Even the center console boasts a striking blue finish.

The first delivery begins the start of U.S. customers receiving their Centenarios, with Lamborghini saying all U.S.-bound units will be delivered through the end of the year across the country.

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“There’s something especially important about the Centenario, in that it represents a very personal milestone in the ongoing legacy of our founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini,” said Chief Operator Officer of Automobili Lamborghini America, Alessandro Farmeschi. “When Ferruccio Lamborghini began realizing his dream of creating the best supercars in the world, he wanted to reach a large audience through production, but he also wanted to keep the unique nature of limited-edition vehicles that clients are able to personalize to their own tastes and style. So celebrating the 100-year anniversary of Mr. Lamborghini’s birth with the Centenario, which is available in any conceivable variation through our Ad Personam program, is a fitting tribute to both his heritage and the brand’s future.”

This article first appeared on AutoGuide