Firstly, I must apologise for my lack of article writing recently. I’ve unfortunately been tied up with other things, but I can safely say i’m back to write again!

Now, let’s talk about one of the most talked about cars in 2015, the Lamborghini Centenario. Now that it’s been released, has it been an anti-climax? The car built to commemorate Ferruccio Lamborghini’s birth certainly isn’t as extreme as some of the other exclusive Lamborghinis built by the Italian manufacturer.

Centenario

Just to go through the facts, the Centenario is a variant of the Aventador and is powered by the same 6.5L V12 engine, which has been tuned to produce 770BHP, so effectively a LP750-4 SV on steroids. The car will be limited to just 40 models, each of which costing approximately £1.64 million and have all now been sold out.

We like the carbon fibre look to the front, but feel the headlights don’t do it for the Lamborghini. The lights look too large for such an exclusive vehicle. We do like the front bumper however, with the yellow splitter running through the second, upper tier of the bumper. This makes the car look more aggressive.

Centenario

Moving onto the side. Now just look at it. Take away the front and rear parts of the car so you’ve just got the side, it could be any Lamborghini, right?

Centenario

Those rear lights are pretty interesting. We feel Lamborghini need to take some of the heaviness from the lights at the front and add them to the rear! Rear bumper and colour scheme looking as equally aggressive as the front bumper, which we like. The rear wheels though, what’s going on there? Well, not the wheels themselves, but what’s behind them? The bumper leaves the rear tyres completely exposed, just looks like they need mudguards or something!

Centenario

Well there’s our thoughts, what are yours?

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