Unlike the first Centenario in the US, this one is unloaded in the middle of a busy street.
It’s easy to infer that London is a supercar watering hole by observing the immense number of them that can be spotted roaming the streets on any given day, but every once in a while, something truly special shows up and blows the cellphone-wielding crowd away. In this case, it was the delivery of a Lamborghini Centenario that made a splash on the streets, and given that it’s the first one to make landfall in the UK, we completely understand why.
It's not like many will be spotted throughout London or the rest of the UK on a regular basis anyways, only 40 will ever be made, 20 coupes and 20 convertibles. Given that each costs close to $2 million, it’s safe to assume that most of them will live out the entirety of their lives inside of a garage with rare track days and occasional car shows thrown into the mix.
This particular Centenario was delivered to the HR Owen luxury dealer group and looks similar to the coupe that just made landfall in the US in Costa Mesa, California, albeit with a lovely shade of orange trim enveloping the car instead of Blue Nethuns. Once the beast is untethered from the transport truck, we’re given the treat of listening to its engine start up before the carbon fiber glistens in the sun and is instantly captured hundreds of times by bystanders on their cell phones. Hopefully the Lambo gets used to the attention quickly because a lot more is sure to come its way.