2017 Lamborghini Centenario is a car that utterly combines culture and modernization. The new 2017 Lamborghini Centenario looks to the future while honoring the fiction that Ferruccio Lamborghini, said Stephan Winkelmann, President, and CEO of Lamborghini. The Lamborghini Centenario is an fortuity for our designers and engineers to some of the limitations of a series of car surpasses production to achieve an unmatched success: the Centenario immediately proved himself as the car the desired collectibles while demonstrating new Lamborghini technology and excellent performance.
To commemorate Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th anniversary, Lamborghini released a limited edition supercar based on the Aventador. Unlike the rest of Lamborghini’s lineup, designed the Centenario’s rumors “not as extreme” to be compared with another wedge Super. Lamborghini Centenario power comes from a tuned version of the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 producing 759 kW (770 hp), a hybrid powertrain is possible. The car, which costs just under €2.2 million, unveiled at the March 2016, Geneva Motor Show.
2017 Lamborghini Centenario Interior
Inside, 2017 Lamborghini Centenario, tThe interior of each unit will be ready to specification each client, but there are plenty of standard equipment here. The Lamborghini Centenario 2017 model’s sports seats are made of carbon fiber, and like in these images, wrapped in Alcantara. Alcantara also covers the entire dashboard, most of the carbon fiber door trim panels, roof pillars and the steering wheel. All Alcantara is held together yellow stitching, which is a nice way to connect the interior to the 2017 Centenario exterior.
The instrument panel is a completely digital display with extended a tach on the top of the screen with the selected gear just shown below, right in the middle. There are two vertical meters on each side of the tach information relating to fuel, engine temperature, and providing the like. If we look reminds me to the center console in a few futuristic spacecraft. There is one that has a large 10.1-inch touchscreen with seven control switches mounted beneath, and even more control positioned further back on the console.
According to Lambo, the infotainment system “linking the 2017 Centenario model attempt to both the car and the rest of the world.” It is capable of internet browsing, sending e-mail, the use of social media, and use various web radio programs. Apple CarPlay included and full iPhone integration with the car.The infotainment system is also able to record telemetry. Speed, track time, and G forces may have been recorded and compared between different trips to the court and different managers.
2017 Lamborghini Centenario Exterior
When compared to original delivery of what thought the Centenario would seem, the car is definitely a lot more aggressive than we expected. The front is vaguely reminiscent of the Lamborghini Veneno Lamborghini Veneno but more refined in some areas. Up front there are large, yellow front splitter and the vents in the front fascia – the vents are actually functional and channel air over the front axle to create downforce at higher speeds. The front hood and headlights resemble those of the Aventador, but the hood is more aggressive with that big, raised area in the middle, and the headlights stretched further in the direction of the center of the fascia.
To the sides, making the yellow side skirts provide for more dominated aerodynamics. I especially like the way they extend away from the body a little bit with the race inspired fins in the front and rear. Above the side skirts, we see normal Lamborghini design cues, but more pronounced than ever. Those big air intakes and the sharp body lines to pass the car a sculpted look. As we continue to move back, the rear wheel arches almost integrated into the back, and extend outward from the body, providing a unique overhang on each of the rear wheels. The yellow line along the top of the door, with the help of the yellow body kit, helping to offset the full carbon fiber body.
As expected, the Centenario powered by Lambo’s naturally aspirated V-12 engine that has already upgraded to prove a return of 770 horsepower. The engine speed limiter is also raised to 8600 rpm. This is the most powerful engine of Lambo so far, and it should scream when it is near that 8600 rpm redline. Lamborghini did not specify actual torque output of the engine. Power is sent to all four wheels via Lambo’s independent shift rod transmission. The Centenario can hit the 62km sprint in just 2.8 seconds and the 186 km criterion in 23.5 seconds. Top speed is said to be over 217 mph.
In addition to the permanent four-wheel drive system, the Centenario also rear-wheel steering. At lower speeds, the rear wheels turn opposite the rear, creating a virtual reduction in wheelbase and an increasing turn agility. At higher speeds, the wheels turn in the same direction, creating a virtual increase in the wheelbase. Lamborghini, do not much information beyond what we’ve already covered, but we know the Centenario has three different driving modes, all three of which changed the way the engine, gearbox, and rear wheel steering responds. Needless to say, this baby quite fun on the road or be the track.
2017 Lamborghini Centenario Price
All Lamborghini Centenario Coupes and 2017 Centenario Roadsters all 20 already spoken and will be delivered between fall of 2016 and the end of 2017. Starting price for each unit is $1.9 million before options, tax, and delivery. For comparison purposes, the 2017 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster for $4,500,000.