Lamborghini Centenario Delivered To First US Customer

We have also dug up a video of the first Lamborghini Centenario being delivered to its Newport Beach customer. That’s the first car of its kind in North America.

A $1.95 million supercar which will be made in limited numbers. 40 to be exact. The Lamborghini Centenario is one of the most exotic set of wheels that money can buy these days. And a customer in Newport Beach, California decided to part with all that cash and maybe some more to own this masterpiece of a machine. The Lamborghini Centenario has been delivered to its first customer in the US, people!

The Ad Personam division of the Italian exotic carmaker has done their share of customization duties based on the owner’s preferences. Flaunting Blu Nethuns accents on its carbon-fiber body, with the same color scheme of black and blue being carried forward to the interior, the bespoke piece is smashing to behold.

The interior has been wrapped up in black leather and Alcantara with blue contract stitching and center console breaking the monotony of black.

Moving on, the Aventador-based Centenario comes with all the supreme glory of a 6.5-liter V12 which spits out 759 hp of power and 508 lb-ft of torque. Paired to a seven-speed Independent Shifting Rod transmission, this raging bull can clock 62 mph in 2.8 seconds. For bystanders, it can turn into a blur at 217 mph where the speedometer will scream “That’s enough!”.

This piece of news is a good excuse for us to share the character video of Hot Rod (played by the Lamborghini Centenario) from the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight. Total badass!

Built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the brand’s founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, the Centenario will be built in both coupe and roadster models with each one getting 20 units. The roadster, which obviously is the sexier version costs significantly more than the one with roof though. How does $2.23 sound to you?

None of these models turn into giant, transforming, talking alien robots. But you can watch that happen in the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight.

With a lot of video bloggers in attendance, the delivery of the first US Lamborghini Centenario has received all the social-viral boost that it deserved. We are sharing the video filmed by Spencer Berke here.