Canada’s First Lamborghini Centenario Roadster Delivered In Toronto

With only 40 to be made, and all of them sold out, the delivery of each Lamborghini Centenario is something of an event.

We’ve already seen the first few examples delivered in locations like the United Arab Emirates, Germany, Paris, Hong Kong, Los Angeles and London, and now another has been handed over to its owner in Toronto.

One of just 20 Centenario Roadsters, this black example with red trim was delivered to an unidentified customer in the Canadian metropolis by Grand Touring Automobiles. The dealer operates two locations in the Greater Toronto area, handling such marques as Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Jaguar, Land Rover, Rolls-Royce and (of course) Lamborghini.

The result of “a carefully orchestrated operation that could have been a chapter in a spy novel,” the delivery was the culmination of a two-year process worth approximately $4 million in Canadian funds, or about $3.1 million US. The handover of what is, and may remain, Canada’s only Centenario took place in a private ceremony at the customer’s residence, but unless the new owner plans on keeping it in the garage (which we sincerely hope he doesn’t), it won’t be a secret for much longer. The 7.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine with its 770 horsepower and a screaming exhaust note will see to that.

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  • sidewaysspin

    Pink seats, wow.

    • Polyester Poontang

      Everyone is a Trump

    • Mynameis Taylor

      The seats are red

      • Infinite1


  • Polyester Poontang

    Looks like my neighbour Robert Herjavek’s driveway. He has more Lambos than all the dealers.

  • Adrian

    When people see Fiat or Alfa Romeo, everyone says “Poor Italian Quality”. But when these men see Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati or Pagani they say “WOW”. I don’t understand their hypocrisy!

    • fabri99

      Perhaps because Fiat and Alfa Romeo’s poor quality isn’t due to their being italian, but to FCA. Lamborghini is owned by VW and built in Italy, yet beautifully crafted, and don’t even get me started on Pagani. Ferrari too. Maserati have received many complaints about quality on their cars, and so have other FCA products, especially in the US. With the latest Alfas though I believe things are changing and the idea of poor quality standards will soon be just a prejudice.

  • fabri99

    Lovely, aside from those red interiors.

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