In the world of rare modern supercars, the Lamborghini Centenario is even rarer than most others. Intended to commemorate the 100th birthday of Lamborghini’s founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini, the Centenario was made in extremely limited numbers: just 20 coupes and 20 roadsters. Now, one of them is for sale on Autotrader.
This Centenario is offered by Audi Henderson in Henderson, Nevada, near Las Vegas, and it’s traveled just 243 miles from new — common for these ultra-rare supercars, because most people don’t drive them at all in order to preserve the value. Then again, that makes sense: back when the Centenario was new, it sold for around $2 million. This $2.6 million asking price would represent a substantial (and quick) return on investment.
On the outside, the Centenario looks rather impressive, far different from the Aventador on which it’s based — a good thing, as it should be highly distinctive considering the massive price premium over the Aventador. Inside, things look a lot like the Aventador, though the Aventador’s old-school infotainment technology is thankfully improved. There’s also an influx of orange in the interior, matching the exterior color.
If you’re interested in the Centenario, this one can be yours for $2.6 million — big money, but for a special and highly rare piece of Lamborghini’s history.