The proud owner of this car was expecting his new love with a ribbon on the roof, but the vehicle arrived in a wooden box.

The first owner of the Lamborghini Centenario Roadster in the United States got his pet, but in a very unusual way.

Instead with a ribbon on the roof his new Lamborghini Centenario arrived in a wooden box.

Why?
The reason for using a wooden box for the transport of this precious super car, with a price of $2 million, is simple.

The vehicle is covered with a special tarpaulin and placed in a wooden box and is thus protected from mechanical damage to the bodywork, but also from the atmospheric influences.

The video shows us the complete process of opening the box and discovering the super-car, one of only 20 such units produced in the world.

The sound of this 6.5-liter 770hp V12 engine and a maximum torque of 690Nm is particularly attractive.

Thanks to the 7-speed automatic and all-wheel drive, the Centenario comes up to a speed of 100 km/h in only 2.8 seconds and does not stop until it reaches the maximum 350 km/h.