The Geneva Motor Show next year is already looking like it could very well be one of the best motor shows on next year’s calendar. The Bugatti Veyron’s replacement is already confirmed and now it seems Lamborghini have something they will also be bringing to Geneva next March.
While it isn’t confirmed what they will be bringing in specific to Geneva, it is understood that the Italian supercar manufacturer will be bringing a limited-run supercar to honour the 100th anniversary of the founder Ferruccio Lamborghini’s birth on 28th April 1916.
We understand that the limited-run supercar will be extremely exclusive and limited to just 20 examples and it will join the exclusive Lamborghini limited-run club which features cars like the Sesto Elemento and the Veneno.
According to Auto Express, who spoke to Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann, the project is known as the Centanario, although the name may be subject to change. The limited-run Lamborghini will wear much more subtle bodywork than the unbelievable bodywork on the Lamborghini Veneno and even the Sesto Elemento.
It is understood that the limited-run vehicle could very well be in the styling line of the Lamborghini Asterion concept showcased last year in Paris. Which also opens the door for the discussion of a hybrid powertrain. At worst we will most likely see some form of the 6.5L V12 from the Aventador in the supercar. Whether Lamborghini add a hybrid to that unit is yet to be seen.