Lamborghini’s ultra-exclusive Centenario may have been revealed ahead of schedule.
A mystery Lamborghini model has appeared in patent drawings published by the European Union’s Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market and spotted by Autoblog.
Chief executive Stephan Winkelmann recently confirmed to LeftLane that the Centenario will be based on the Aventador. The identity of the vehicle in the patent renderings was not published, however its side air intakes and silhouette hint at a closer relationship to the Aventador than the Huracan.
The vehicle in the patent drawings features an even bolder styling than the Aventador, apparently with a tapered front end and stretched overhangs front and back.
Created to celebrate the 100th birthday of company founder Ferrucio Lamborghini, the Centenario will be limited to just 20 coupes and as many roadsters. The entire production run has already been sold out, each reportedly fetching around $2.4 million USD.
Additional details will be disclosed early next month at the Geneva Motor Show.