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Lamborghini has brought a new supercar to this week’s 2016 Geneva Motor Show to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of company founder Ferrucio Lamborghini this year. The car will be built in a limited run, just like the previous Veneno and Sesto Elemento special editions, and it has been confirmed to deliver an impressive 759 horsepower. The car is called the Centenario, “centenary” in Spanish, and as expected it is based on Lamborghini’s Aventador platform. Like the Aventador, the Centenario is available as either a coupe or roadster, though all build slots for the car are accounted for. Lamborghini

Just two months after the debut of its latest Civic sedan, which is lighter, sleeker, and generally sweeter, Honda has introduced the sexier 2016 Civic coupe. Looking pretty much identical to the concept introduced earlier this year save for its tamer lower-body addenda, the two-door Civic ditches some of the sedan’s practicality and rear-seat space for a healthy dollop of style, while appearing to leave the model’s other virtues intact. First, kudos to Honda for still making a coupe in the first place. And a double shot of kudos for making it look this good. Up front, little is changed

This forced-induction heart beats beautifully in the 911’s rump. The Carrera absolutely hugs the road, and the active suspension damping is a godsend. Even the base Carrera, with its 370-hp, 331-lb-ft tune, is a more rewarding car to drive these days. Pricing gets a modest hike for 2017, with the base 911 Carrera starting at $89,400. You can’t get into an S for less than $103,400. Autoblog accepts vehicle loans from auto manufacturers with a tank of gas and sometimes insurance for the purpose of evaluation and editorial content. Like most of the auto news industry, we also sometimes accept

Jonathon Ramsey The coupe shares only the doors, roof, and decklid with the sedan. The transmission is excellent, always in

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