To celebrate its 100 year anniversary, Lamborghini has launched a limited edition Lamborghini Centenario @ 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The Centenario gets a complete carbon fiber body. The supercar weights around 1520 kilograms (3351 pounds), and has a weight-to-power ratio of 1.97 Kg/ Hp. The car’s body has been upgraded to improve aerodynamics with the help of a newly added extendable rear wing for higher downforce at high speeds. The upgrade in the car’s body also gives it a more dominating appearance.
Stepping inside, we get to see a subtle changes in the car’s a cabin. The center console now features a 10.1 inch touchscreen with integrated browsing and Apple Car-play. The car also has a built-in trackday telemetry software. The seats are super-light, made with carbon fiber. A space for two helmets is also present.
There’s also a rear-wheel steering added for better agility and stability. The car is equipped with a 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated 12-cylinder engine tuned to produce a max power of 770 horses. The car can sprint from zero to go in a mere 2.8 seconds, and 0 to 300 kmph in 23.5 seconds before topping at 350 kmph.
The braking system of the car is also very efficient, the lambo comes to a full stop from 100 kmph in just 30m, and from 300 kmph in 290 meters. Only 40 units of the Centenario will be build. 20 roadsters, and 20 coupes. All of them will start an initial price of $1.9 million (exclusive of tax).