One day before its official debut, Lamborghini released a video this morning revealing its crazy new limited production supercar, the  Lamborghini  Centenario—but then promptly took it down. The unlisted video has since been made private so it’s no longer available to watch. We were, however, able to obtain details and a single screen capture photo above.

Following in the footsteps of other ultra-exclusive Lamborghinis including the Reventon and Veneno, Lamborghini plans to build just 20 Centenario coupes and 20 roadsters.

A fully carbon fiber monocoque is the basis for the car, while the trim and many other components are also made from the lightweight material. An extending rear wing is used on the car to provide more downforce at high speeds.

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The heart of this beast is a naturally aspirated V12 that makes 770 horsepower, rocketing the Centenario to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds, while 186 mph will come in 23.5 seconds. Lambo claims that the car’s top speed will be north of 217 mph.

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Lamborghini built the Centenario as a tribute to brand founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, who would have turned 100 this year. Here's the video embed that will go live again tomorrow.