Centenario and Ad Personam Aventador S at Goodwood FOS heading

Centenario and Ad Personam Aventador S at Goodwood FOS

Centenario and Ad Personam Aventador S at Goodwood FOS

By Mark Smeyers on June 29. 2017 in LamboNEWS.

At this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed the rare Lamborghini Centenario Coupé will make her dynamic debut to the public in the UK, at €1,750,000 each this limited edition celebration model marks the 100th anniversary of Ferruccio Lamborghini, only 20 of these ultra-rare cars will be built ... in case you would like to add one to your collection you will have to pay a serious premium as all of them are already sold, and several have been delivered to their lucky owners already. 20 more Centenario have been sold in Roadster evolution ... but those are sold out too.

The impressive Lamborghini Huracan Performante will be shown at the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed

Another public debut for the UK will be the impressive Lamborghini Huracan Performante, this V10 powered supercar has shattered the lap record at the famous Nürburgring Nordschleife (also called the Green Hell) with a staggering 6:52.01, Lamborghini' test driver Marco Mapelli set this record in Germany ... and he will also impress us driving this car at Goodwood now.

The flagship V12 model, the Aventador S, is being delivered to customers already, but that won't mean it can't draw attention at Goodwood FOS too, so Lamborghini is bringing one of these 740hp exotics to the United Kingdom too.

This one of a kind Aventador S has received a plaque showing 'Opera Unica' from Ad Personam

But Lamborghini is bringing along something really exclusive this year in Goodwood ... a one of a kind Aventador S created in collaboration between Ad Personam and the Centro Stile, finished in a special matt grey shade called 'Grigio Acheus' the lines on this new V12 are accentuated by matt orange paint, add the clear carbon fiber parts, black Dianthus wheels over orange calipers and you end up with a truly unique car.

This is even further emphasized by an Ad Personam plaque showing 'Opera Unica' ...

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