Lamborghini Centenario Takes On Shelby GT350R Procharged In Rev Battle

Even though rare Lamborghinis and tuned Mustangs rarely mix, what we have here is a case of two very different, yet very loud cars trying to one-up each other.

This video, courtesy of Cars & Coffee Pictures, is going to shine a light on the differences and similarities between this 700 HP Procharged Shelby GT350R and the ultra-rare and incredibly expensive, Lamborghini Centenario.

By the way, if you’re having trouble figuring out which car is making noise at any particular moment, follow the crowd’s reaction around the 1:35 min mark and beyond.

As for our conclusion, aside from the fact that both these things sound awesome, each in their own way, there is a slight difference to note. For starters, the Centenario’s massive 6.5-liter V12 engine is a little more motorsport-ish, if you will. Whereas the GT350R sounds a bit more throaty and raw.

Having said that, there’s plenty of crackles and bangs to go around, and picking one soundtrack over the other would ultimately come down to personal preference. Of course, if noise wasn’t the main topic here, we’re pretty sure we could guess which car everyone would be favoring.


  • CrossmanX

    Isn’t that how most Lambos burn down? Rev battles are the dumbest things EVER.

  • LJ

    It’s like two drunk idiots yelling at each other.

  • Benjamin B.

    Ruined GT350 by putting on a procharger. The point of the car is the normally aspirated and high revving V8.

    • Vassilis

      Must admit it sounds good though!

  • Vassilis

    He bought a 2 million, ultra rare car and he’s doing rev battles. Jesus fecking Christ.

  • annon

    just outa curiousity…so what did that prove now???

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