Lamborghini unveiled a new 770 horsepower supercar at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday and the $2 million vehicle is already sold out.
Only 40 of the new supercars were built.
The Lamborghini Centanario was created to celebrate the 100th birthday of Lamborghini founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, who died in 1993.
Ferruccio launched his car company in 1963, after years of running a highly successful tractor manufacturer.
The cars will feature a V12 engine, the most powerful Lamborghini has ever produced, and can go from a stop to 60 miles an hour in less than 2.8 seconds. Top speed is over 217 miles per hour, according to Lamborghini.
The car’s body is made entirely from lightweight carbon fiber and it features all-wheel-drive and four-wheel-steering.
At low speeds, the back wheels turn in the opposite direction of the front for tighter cornering. At high speeds, the wheels turn in the same direction for smoother lane changes.
Customers will get to choose which color their Lamborghini Centanario is delivered in.
There’s a good chance the supercar was sold out before it debuted at Geneva. Lamborghini often shows private viewings to potential buyers to gauge interest and show off its new technology.