Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Lamborghini said: The Centenario is a car that perfectly combines tradition and innovation. Lamborghini Centenario is capable of howling from zero to 62mph in 2.8 seconds and punching onward to a top speed in excess of 217mph. it’s the first new Lamborghini under Audi ownership. The Centenario, in contrast, is monstrous and quite intentionally so. It is angry, brutal, and even more dangerous to use, this is a car that does not slip through the wind, and it slashes and hacks its way through. V-12 engine, an output of 770 horsepower, Staring Price is $1.9 million.
2016 Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 Superveloce J.S.1 Edition By Mansory
Lamborghini Aventador has carbon fiber body kit using the pre-preg method that helps distinguish the product from similar carbon fiber body kits. The Aventador gets a redesigned front bumper with air intakes to help improve the ventilation of the radiator. Diamond-quilted patterns are visible on the on the center stack and carbon fiber can be seen on the door panels. Aventador has 80 horsepower, 44 pound-feet of torque, 6.5-liter V-12 engine, 62 mph in just 2.7 seconds, the supercar’s normal top speed of 217 mph. Lamborghini Aventador Price in India - Rs.5.05 - 5.62 crore.
2017 Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Avio
The Huracan Avio is about special exterior paints and finishes instead of aero-enhancing body kits seen on Superleggera or SuperVeloce models. Customers will get to choose between Grigio Falco, Blue Grifo, Grigio Nibbio, Grigio Vulcano, and Verde Turbine. Each color can be paired with a double, off-set stripe that runs along the roof and down the front hood, in either white or gray. Huracan has 5.2-liter V-10 sends 602 horsepower, 413 pound-feet of torque, Charging from 0 to 62 mph takes 3.2 seconds, price of Huracan Avio is Rs 3.43 crore.
1970 - 1976 Lamborghini Jarama
The Jarama’s body was styled by Marcello Gandini and Bertone, The half-hidden headlights created a smooth, sleepy-looking rounded front end, while NACA ducts in the hood and front fender vents helped to keep the V12 at a reasonable operating temperature. The Jarama’s interior received an upgrade in 1972, the Jarama was too heavy to be a sports car, coming in at over 3,500 pounds. Its price was $25,000.