Since September, we all know that Lamborghini would take a new supercar, which is being called Centenario, to the next Geneva’s show. Now, Lamborghini President and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann, has confirmed in an interview with AutoExpress that this is indeed real.
He said: “We will unveil a car in Geneva. In terms of renderings, it is known to the customers already”. He continued: “It is a car which is covering the best balance between tradition and innovation because we are speaking about performance, design, weight, aerodynamics and also the chassis in terms of adaptability control.”.
On the rumors of the new Centenario to be based on the Huracan, he said that’s unthinkable and the car we will see at the Geneva Motor Show next year has a completely different design from both Huracan and Aventador.
The Lamborghini Centenario — a special edition to honor the 100th anniversary of the raging bull brand founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini — will come limited in only 20 units worldwide and, almost certainly, powered by the 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine from the Aventador SV, but developing a bit more than 750 metric horsepower — maybe 770 hp, as said when the first rumors emerged.
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