The windshield of the Lamborghini Centenario Roadster is shaped to reduce wind buffeting and keep things comfortable for drivers and passengers alike. Advanced aerodynamic studies were conducted also to achieve maximum comfort for the interior, specifically for the Roadster.

The front windscreen is shaped to reduce turbulence for the cabin passengers, deflecting the air around and above their heads, keeping the level of ventilation within the cockpit to an optimal level for a sunlit environment.

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And of course, rounding out this perfect recipe for speed is an all-wheel-drive system that includes a rear-wheel steering system. Hitting 62 mph takes under three seconds and the Centenario will hit a top speed of 217 mph. That big V12 is the most powerful engine the Italian supercar maker has made to date with 759 hp, more than the Veneno and Sesto Elemento. To keep things under control at high speeds, there’s even an active spoiler.
Inside there’s even a few luxuries, including a 10.1-inch touchscreen that features Apple CarPlay, while other performance data like speed, times and g forces can be displayed as well. Don’t forget to take in that brown Alcantara interior with leather inserts as well.
Only 20 of these roofless Lambos will be available, and another 20 of the coupe will be offered as well. Each is spoken for and set the owners back a whopping $1.9 million for the coupe or $2.26 million for the Roadster.

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what makes this Lamborghini so appealing. Is it the design, with its yellow and black accents? Or maybe you’re a speed junkie and are drooling over the Lambo’s performance. Perhaps it’s the limited availability that makes it such a jaw-dropping sight. Whatever it is, we agree – it’s hard to take our eyes off this roadster.

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