As you already know the Lamborghini’s new coupe the Centenario is a limited edition hypercar, and it is very expensive, but it is just as much beautiful. As it was reported earlier, only 40 units will be built worldwide, and it will be divided into 20 coupes and 20 convertibles. The first report we did on this one was when the first ever example hit the US soil, and now we have two more that have arrived in just a few days apart.
The first one out of the latest two that came is the yellow one you will see in pictures below. It ditched the standard bare carbon fiber body in favor of this beautiful Nuovo Giallo Orion yellow finish that sports carbon fiber accents. This one is headed to Lamborghini Beverly Hills dealership, and anyone who is able, should go and check it out before it finds its rightful owner.
The second one that came is a carbon fiber example with red accents and a similar scheme like others before it. This beauty will be delivered to Lamborghini Paramus in New Jersey, and it is also boasting with the same 759 HP (565 kilowatts) V12 unit capable of pulling a 2.8 second zero-to-60 MPH time. Both of these vehicles celebrate founder Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday, and they will cost an eye-popping $1.9 million.
According to some rumors, just four Centenario coupes will be delivered to the US, which means there’s still one more hypercar out there that is unaccounted for at least when the US is considered. For now, Lamborghini hasn’t said when or just how many Centenario convertibles will be delivered to the US, but that just adds to the overall excitement. We also managed to find out that several other dealerships around the world claimed their first vehicles like that bare carbon fiber and orange example which was delivered new to the U.K. just a few weeks ago, and another one with bare carbon fiber and yellow accents that was delivered to Lamborghini’s Asia-Pacific region before that.