You're looking at the same power unit sourced from its more mainstream sibling, the Aventador, which the electrified Revuelto replaced in the meantime. The naturally aspirated 6.5-liter unit kicked out 759 hp (770 ps/566 kW) at 8,500 rpm and developed 509 pound-feet (690 Nm) of torque at 5,500 rpm when this exotic model rolled off the line.
Performance was certainly something to write home about, as it didn’t only look fast while standing still, but it was also capable of sprinting to 62 miles per hour (0-100 kph) in just 2.8 seconds. The Sant'Agata Bolognese marque quoted the Coupe's top speed at over 217 mph (350 kph), identical to the Roadster, which was one-tenth slower to sixty-two.
Unfortunately, the vendor didn't release any details about it at the time of writing. However, we can see that its digital instrument cluster reveals that it had only 66 miles (112 km) at the time of cataloging, which explains the fresh look inside and out.
Naturally, these rides tend to change hands for a lot of money, and this 2017 Lamborghini Centenario Coupe won't be an exception. The rare Italian supercar will hit the auction block in Dubai on March 9, part of an event hosted by RMSothebys. The auction house believes it will go for $2-$2.5 million, and if that's true, then it will be way more affordable than that Roadster we covered almost two years ago.
Mind you, that is still more than most of us will ever afford to pay for anything, and anyone with such a ginormous budget looking for a new set of wheels is spoiled for choice. But would you really blow it all on this Centenario? We probably wouldn't, as numerous attractive models out there cost way less.