Who Fancies A Bright Blue Lamborghini Centenario?

The Lamborghini Centenario might not be much more than a tweaked Aventador under the skin but that fact didn’t stop the Italian automaker from easily selling out the high-priced supercar. Now one of them has reached the used car market.

This particular Centenario was delivered to a U.S. customer last year and is painted in an awesome shade of bright blue, making it one of the most recognizable Centenarios on earth.

Like other Centenarios, the vehicle pairs its exterior paint with a number of gloss carbon fiber parts, including the front splitter, side skirts, and most of the rear fascia. Perhaps the most incredible angle of the entire car is the rear thanks to blue accents that travel up the fins of the diffuser. A carbon fiber roof and carbon accents on the wheels help to complete the outside.

Clearly not afraid to make a statement, the car’s original owner had the interior outfitted with black alcantara and a selection of bright blue accents, including the stitching and parts of the steering wheel. Sitting inside the car must really feel like you’ve stepped inside a fighter jet ready to do battle.

Powering the supercar is a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine massaged to produce 759 hp and 690 Nm (507 lb-ft) of torque to all four wheels. In ideal conditions, the Centenario reaches 62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.8 seconds and will exceed 217 mph (350 km/h).

Lamborghini only built 20 Centenario Coupes and 20 Centenario Roadsters, each priced from roughly $2 million. No asking price for this used example has been given by Prestige Imports but it will almost certainly fetch a significant premium over the MSRP.

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  • Da Only Skid

    Beautiful car. Overpriced? Yep. And it’ll go to an owner who drives it 1000km every 5 years, of that. Gawd, the vanity. Thought I was awesome with the first Ford Raptor in my town. Love exotics, even torn down after years they still remain a money pit and nothing more than a status symbol. And not hating. Spend it how you see it. Truth be told, my 2018 Tacoma will be worth more than yours…EVENTUALLY. Lmao. And I seat five beautiful women. Six in a pinch, wink wink.

  • Finkployd

    Gorgeous !!

  • Blade t

    Wow, nice spec on this..

  • karmat

    Wow I didn’t think I liked these, but this looks nice.

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