Matt Verde Bronte Lamborghini Centenario Is Just Wow!

This one-off bright green Italian exotic will be displayed at the grand opening of Lamborghini’s Hong Kong showroom on October 18th.

Boasting a Verde Bronte matte exterior with a contrasting gold carbon fiber finish, both outside and in, this car has already been delivered to its owner in Hong Kong by Kingsway Cars Limited.

The golden carbon fiber finish can be found on the roof, engine bonnet, side mirrors, rear wing, lower bodywork and on the wheels, and it’s all been made possible thanks to Lamborghini’s Ad Personam customization program.

Inside, this car has plenty of Alcantara to match the Nero Ade black interior, which also features a contrasting bright green lining and the previously-mentioned carbon fiber package with gold finishes. Though overall, let’s just say there’s no escaping the “green” theme.

Looks aside, the Centenario is no slouch in the performance department. Its naturally-aspirated V12 engine produces 770 PS (759 HP) and 690 Nm (507 lb-ft) of torque, allowing for a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration time of just 2.8 seconds, 0.1 seconds quicker than the new Aventador S.

With a weight-to-power ratio of just 1.97kg/hp, the Centenario will also get from 0 to 300 km/h (186 mph) in 23.5 seconds, while its top speed sits north of 350 km/h (217 mph).

Photo Credits: Suzuki Production & Design



    • supermanuel

      Absolutely. And why do the back ends of supercars have to look like they forgot to bolt on the last few panels? It’s just ugly.

      • c3vzn

        A cutaway rear helps with aero.

  • Blade t

    Everybody using this color now….

  • Auf Wiedersehen

    Supercars used to be special and really wowed when you saw one…now there are so many, all look alike and so TOTALLY out of reach…as BB King would sing, the Thrill is Gone. I used to think we were in the golden age of automobiles, but I actually think we are on a downward slide as everyone tries to out-do the other, the designs are so much of the same and so outlandish that they aren’t even good designs. And horse power…it’s amazing what can be gotten from an engine now, but they are so over the top it’s totally unusable for the street…I mean look at how many are crashed on a daily basis. Mostly due to people no able to handle it.

    • Mill0048

      Spot on.

    • europeon

      > I used to think we were in the golden age of automobiles,

      We are, but you’re looking at it wrong. Look at the normal, day by day cars… they have the features, performances and sometimes designs of the supercars from 20-30 years ago. That’s the perspective you should have 😛

      • Auf Wiedersehen

        Good point…Thanks! :p) I guess in the sense of supercars and the golden age being now, it’s getting tired, but in the sense of the masses, it’s pretty amazing.

  • how expensive is this color ???

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