It's not every day you spot a Lamborghini running down the road. It's far less likely, however, that you'll ever see a Lamborghini Centenario before your eyes. Your odds improve though, should you trek to the Lamborghini headquarters located in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. That's exactly what a group of car spotters did, and they were rewarded with one heck of a find.

The Centenario is an impossibly rare machine built upon the bones of a Lamborghini Aventador. It's also impossibly expensive. Lamborghini is building just 40 examples, which will be split between 20 coupes and 20 roadsters. The price tag for such a machine? Right around $2 million. Don't worry about finding the cash, though, as they've all been spoken for.

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Besides being rare, the Centenario is also more than just a gussied up Aventador. If the Aventador SV is a lightweight version of its siblings, the Centenario goes even further by adding a bit more horsepower while increasing the weight savings. This enables the Centenario to dash from 0-62 mph in just 2.8 seconds. The top speed is reportedly over 217 mph. Our man Kirk Bell sat down Lamborghini R&D Head Maurizio Reggiani to learn a whole lot more about the car, which you can read here.

In the meantime, the car you're watching in the video above might just be the only time you ever see one of these insane machines out on the road. 


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