The Lamborghini Centenario We Drove Is Now for Sale

With just 147 miles on the clock, it's just barely broken-in.

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Last summer we drove the Lamborghini Centenario, an outrageous ultra-limited mid-engine V12 supercar based off the Aventador with more power, less weight, rear-wheel-steering, and carbon fiber body panels. Now, the exact car we drove for our review has come up for sale.

Offered by Manhattan Motorcars in New York City, this Centenario was the first example off the production line, equipped with a quarter-million dollar exposed carbon fiber body option. It also features red paint accents inside and out, as well as Centenario-specific decals and pinstripes.

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Like all of the 40 Centenario coupes and roadsters, this one has a 759-horsepower 6.5-liter V12 sending power to all four wheels via Lamborghini's single-clutch ISR paddle-shift automatic gearbox.

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We reached out to the owner of this Centenario, who confirmed that yes, this is the very same car. Manhattan Motorcars and just 147 miles on the odometer. For a car this rare, we wouldn't be surprised if someone paid that much to own it.

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