Following its world debut in Geneva, Lamborghini's latest limited edition hyper-car, the Centenario, was packed up and prepared for its trip back to its home in Sant'Agata Bolognese. Thankfully someone had their camera ready and shot this video of the process.

The whole thing is surprisingly problem free. The car never looks like it's going to bump or scrape its nose and the team works remarkably quickly with this car, which is one of only 40.

The real reason to watch this video comes at the end, though, when the driver can't help but rev the engine a bit. As you might expect from a naturally aspirated V12, the exhaust note is more than just pleasant.

The car, of course, is beautiful and was made to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ferruccio Lamborghini's birth. I think we can all agree that this is much, much better than a Google doodle.

As mentioned above, only 40 are being made. 20 will be coupes and the other 20 will be roadsters. Unfortunately all are sold, so you'll have to wait until this 770 HP, 3,300 lb monster comes onto the secondhand market before you can experience it.