Lamborghini Centenario Goes Hard at the Nardo Ring

To celebrate the 100th birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini, his namesake company has built the Centenario supercar. To celebrate their 30th anniversary, German automotive outlet AutoBild sent a veteran driver to test said Centenario on the famous Nardo Ring in Italy. The result of the test is a video that any of our readers—German, American, or otherwise—should enjoy. Had the driver not been stereotypically stoic throughout the video, you could probably figure out whether or not he enjoyed driving the thing without knowing what he was saying. Regardless of whether you understand what the driver is saying, you can understand the sounds made by the Centenario.  RELATED: See More of the 2017 Lamborghini Centenario Supercar
It's a beast of a car that seems to be happiest when pushed hard, and the driver definitely looks to oblige the car as much as possible. When you've got 759 horsepower to play with on one of Italy's best circuits, how could you be anything but liberal with the application of pressure on the throttle? Lamborghini will build only 20 examples of the Centenario, and wouldn't you know it, all 20 are already spoken for. That means if you want to get behind the wheel of one in the near future, you'll either need to cozy up to one of the 20 individuals who purchased one, or become an automotive media personality of great importance. The former is probably the easier option of the two. RELATED: See Photos of the 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Police Car