A little while back, Lamborghini launched a limited-edition V12-powered supercar, based on the Aventador, to honor the 100th anniversary of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s birthday — the Lamborghini Centenario.
The Centenario might not be the prettiest car Lamborghini has ever made, but it’s certainly one of the most dramatic. With aggressive wings, scoops, sills and all sorts of other aerodynamic bits, the Lamborghini Centenario is probably the busiest looking car we’ve ever seen. It’s quite a big departure from the staid, by comparison, Huracan. However, if you’re going to celebrate one of the greatest men in the history of the automobile, why not go all out, right?
Anyway, Lamborghini promised it would make a Roadster edition of the Centenario to go along with the coupe. We’ve yet to see anything official from Sant’Agata until recently. But seeing it in a press release and seeing it in the flesh are two very different things. And what better place to first show the Centenario to the public than the ultra-extravagant Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance?
We’re here, in Pebble Beach, and we’ve been able to see first hand the sheer power and drama of the Centenario Roadster. Personally, I think that the Roadster looks better than the coupe. There’s something about it ditching its roof that gives it a prettier, more elegant look. But there’s no denying it, this thing is a monster.
Here are a few live photos from the Lamborghini Centenario Roadster from Pebble Beach.