We’ve been hearing different things about Lamborghini’s limited-edition mystery model they showed potential owners a hologram of at Pebble Beach for a while now, but it appears French news channel TF1 has the scoop, saying the special edition will be called the Centenario LP 770-4 and will be built to mark Feruccio Lamborghini’s birthday on April 28, 1916.
As its name would suggest, the Centenario LP 770-4 will produce 770 horsepower from a naturally aspirated V12 engine and send power to all four wheels. Acceleration will be rather Aventador-like at 2.7 seconds to 60 mph, and the top speed should trump the 221 mph Veneno at 225 mph.
Similar to the Murcielago-based Reventon that came before it, the Aventador-based Centenario will be limited to just 20 units. It will also carry a similar $1.5 million price tag, a sum which is surely no sweat for the exclusive club of Lamborghini customers who are eligible to put a down payment on one.
It’s understood the Centenario will be more reserved styling wise than the outrageous Veneno, but we know Lamborghini, and we’re not expecting anything too tame. Keep an eye out for the Centenario LP 770-4 when it debuts at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016.