The Only Custom Xbox One S Designed After Lamborghini Centenario Is Up For Grabs

Celebrating the release of Forza Horizon 3, Microsoft unveils a contest to win a unique Xbox One S sculpted after the $2M Lamborghini Centenario.

Unique and interesting custom consoles are a regular thing for Xbox owners and Australian fans who like racing games as they have been blessed with the chance to grab a special iteration of the Xbox One: the sole Lamborghini Centario-themed Slim version of the console. It's obvious to view the Xbox One S as a console of beauty, with that stated, Microsoft totally agrees.

The company states that it is much like the 2-million-dollar luxury car that has its looks and is showcased on Forza Horizon 3's cover, the first and solitary (take note, there's only one of it in the world - as of this writing at least) Lamborghini Centario Xbox One S gives significance to the Italian manufacturer's stunning designed combined with top-of-the-line engineering. Microsoft added, "With its gunmetal body, matching wireless controller and signature metal trimmings, the console truly is as sleek as it sounds!", as reported by

Obviously, owning this console is not easy, considering there's only one in the world versus the number of racing fans who want it - yes, racing fans, not just from the gaming circle. But if you're really positive to win, you need to check if you live in Australia first as the contest is, for now, exclusive to the said country.

To our Australian mates, all you need to do to join the contest is to purchase a copy of Forza Horizon 3 within Sept. 27 and Oct 2 via online stores or at Microsoft's stall at the Sydney Pitt Street mall. Those who pre-ordered may join too by sending proof of purchase on a private message to the Microsoft Store Sydney Facebook page.

Those who want to take firsthand glance of this magnificent console can do so by dropping by at the said Pitt Street location. Forza Horizon 3 is currently out for Xbox One and PC.


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