The Centenario was the first One-Off Lamborghini where all customers had complete control over configuring their cars: regardless of whether they had bought a Coupé or Roadster. Which of these two very bright example's do you prefer?
[Top] Arancio Fuoco Coupé
Delivered to Lamborghini Las Vegas in mid-June 2017, this was the fifth Centenario to arrive stateside. Finished in the one-off paint Arancio Fuoco, this example sports Arancio diffuser accents, matt titanium wheels, black brake calipers, matt carbon-fibre and a Unicolor alcantara interior with bucket seats. Similarly to the UK's carbon Coupé and Germany's Grigio Titans Roadster, this Centenario features a matte carbon-fibre finish around the engine cover: acting almost as an extension of the carbon roof. The car has been regularly seen at Lamborghini Las Vegas in the last couple of months, and was used during the dealership's Urus unveiling back in April.
[Bottom] Verde Scandal Roadster
Mexico's second Centenario, and only Roadster, was delivered to Lamborghini Mexico City in November 2017. This Verde Scandal car sports Bianco diffuser accents, silver wheels, black brake calipers, gloss carbon-fibre and a Unicolor alcantara interior with bucket seats. Unfortunately the car has seemingly vanished after arriving in Mexico as the latest photos I have of the car were actually those taken during its delivery. This was the 5th Roadster in North America: contributing towards the continent's total Centenario count of 16.
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