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Car and Driver: Are These Patent Images the $2.5-Million Lamborghini Centenario?

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-We’ve heard talk about Lamborghini’s Centenario hypercar for a few months now. It’ll cost approximately $2.5 million and have a limited run of exactly 20 coupes and 20 roadsters (which allegedly are already sold out). It could even have something like 759 horsepower. Nobody knows what it looks like yet, however.
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However, AutoGuide recently dug up a patent that Lamborghini filed back in October for this mysterious but certainly exotic car. And the engine is most definitely located behind the cabin.

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Is this the special-edition Lambo meant to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the sensational Miura, and the 100th birthday of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini? We’ll know the answer soon—the Centenario is slated to debut at the Geneva auto show next month.

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A version of this story originally appeared at Road & Track.

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