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Lamborghini Centenario “Deep Sea” Looks Too Good to Be True (Because It’s Not)

The world of video games has evolved a lot in the last few years, and when I say a lot, I really mean it. The quality of graphics has reached a point where you can hardly distinguish a game screenshot from the actual reality, especially when the proper hardware is being used.
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As many gamers know already, Forza isn’t necessary a latest-generation title, but despite this, it still comes with impressive attention to detail that makes it possible to take stunning shots when the right car and the right angle are being used.

This is the case of the Lamborghini Centenario that you see here. Using a custom color called Deep Sea, this is just a screenshot from Forza, despite many people thinking it’s actually a real shot. And while shiny supercars might not be everyone’s cup of tea, there’s no doubt it looks great. It once again fuels our excitement for the next-gen titles expected to land as soon as this year.

In the meantime, the Lamborghini Centenario is a model that you can already see waiting at a traffic light. If you’re lucky, of course, as Lamborghini has produced only 20 coupe and 20 roadster versions of the Centenario, with U.S. pricing starting at no less than $1.9 million (European pricing from €1.75 million). That’s more than most of us can afford but looking at the specs of the cars proves it’s totally worth it.

The Centenario was announced at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show when the Italian brand celebrated 100 years since the birth of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini.

The car is powered by a naturally aspirated V12 engine that develops no less than 770 metric horsepower (759 hp), enough to go from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in no less than 2.8 seconds. Furthermore, it can accelerate to 300 km/h (186.4 mph) in just 23.5 seconds before eventually reaching a top speed of 350 km/h (217.4 mph).

 
 
 
 
 

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