There are only 20 Lamborghini Centenario Coupes and another 20 roadsters being built and each goes for an absurd price ($2.3million), with each one bound for the brand's most prolific collectors. Not that you'll get your hands on one though as they're all already accounted for.
This raging bull was built to celebrate the 100th year of the marks founding father, Ferruccio Lamborghini, and boy is it raging.
In recent weeks a number of Centenarios have been delivering throughout the United States and Motor Week recently had the opportunity to experience the Lamborghini Centenario's latest mid-engined supercar.
The Centenario is almost mechanically identical to the Aventador SV on which it is based. Its interior is very similar to the SV and the only comprehensive upgrades are the carbon fibre bodywork, that can be trimmed in a plethora of colours and designs, that directs air over and through the vehicle to add extra downforce. And don't forget the four-wheel-steering which helps carve through corners at ludicrous speeds.
Like the Aventador SV, the Centenario is powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12, but its power has been increased from 750 hp to 770 hp, while the red line is bumped up to a screaming 8 600rp/m. This means it'll hit 100km/h in 2,8 seconds and reach 350km/h (217mph) at full steam.
Have a look at the video to see what it is like to drive the Lamborghini Centenario!