How to Tune Your Lamborghini Centenario in Forza Horizon 3

If you’re lucky enough to own a Lamborghini Centenario in forza horizon 3 you’ll want to make sure it’s tuned properly to get the most out of it. Follow these tips and you’ll be zipping around the track in no time!

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The forza horizon 3 Lamborghini Centenario is one of the fastest cars in the game. It’s a worthy addition to any garage, but it’s not cheap. This guide will show you how to get the most out of your Lamborghini Centenario without spending a fortune.

We’ll start by talking about the car’s engine and transmission. We’ll then move on to suspension and tires. We’ll finish up with a few tips on driving the Lamborghini Centenario.

What You’ll Need

To tune your Lamborghini Centenario in forza horizon 3 you’ll need a few things:
-A racing seat
-A steering wheel
-A copy of Forza Horizon 3
-A computer running Windows 10

Once you have everything you need, follow these steps:

1. Open forza horizon 3 and select ” settings” from the main menu.
2. On the settings screen, select “Advanced Controls.”
3. On the advanced controls screen, select “Controller Settings.”
4. On the controller settings screen, select “Lamborghini Centenario.”
5. On the Lamborghini Centenario screen, select “Tune.”
6. Use the tuning sliders to adjust the performance of your car.

Tools of the Trade

To start, we’ll need the following items:
· Screwdriver
· Wrenches of various sizes
· Hammer
· Towel
· Flashlight
First, we will need to gather our tools. We will need a screwdriver, wrenches of various sizes, a hammer, a towel, and a flashlight.

The Process

The process of turning in your car in forza horizon 3 is actually quite simple. All you need to do is bring your car to any one of the designated outposts located throughout the world map, and hand it over to the clerk. You’ll be given a receipt which you can take to any other outpost in order to collect your new car.

Fine Tuning

###Most tuners take a “set it and forget it” approach to their cars. You set the ride height, you set the camber, you add a little toe, and you’re good to go. But if you want to get the absolute most out of your car, you need to be willing to do a little bit of work. Lamborghini Centenario is one of those cars that rewards a more dedicated tuning approach.

Ride Height
The first thing you’ll want to do is adjust the ride height. This is probably the most important adjustment you can make, and it will have an effect on almost every other aspect of the car’s performance.

To start, you’ll want to lower the front of the car by about 10mm. This will help with turn-in and increase front-end grip. You can lower the rear of the car by about 5mm for increased rear-end grip, but be careful not to make the car too low in the back or else it will become difficult to control.

Next, you’ll want to adjust the camber. For street cars, we recommend setting the camber somewhere between -1.5 and -2 degrees. This will help with tire wear and give you a little bit more grip in corners. If you track your car regularly, you can push the camber further into negative territory (-2.5 to -3 degrees) for even more grip.

The next adjustment is toe. Toe is basically how much your wheels point in or out when viewed from above, and it can have a big effect on how your car handles.

For street driving, we recommend setting your front toe to 0 degrees (that is, neither in nor out). This will help with tire wear and make your car easier to control at high speeds. For rear toe, we recommend setting it to 0 degrees for street driving as well – this will help with straight-line stability and make your car feel more planted in corners.

If you do a lot of track driving, you may want to experiment with different toe settings to see what works best for you; however, we would not recommend going any more than +/- 0.5 degrees from neutral on either end (front or rear).


We hope you enjoyed our guide on how to tune your Lamborghini Centenario in forza horizon 3 If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to us.

Further Reading

While we hope you enjoyed our Lamborghini Centenario tune, there are a few other things we recommend you check out before taking your new virtual supercar for a spin.


We’d like to thank the following people and organizations for their contributions to this guide:

-The forza horizon 3 design team at Playground Games
-The Forza Motorsport team at Turn 10 Studios
-Drew Romigh and the rest of the tuning gurus in the Forza Community

About the Author

This guide was written by ManteoMax, a professional Forza Horizon 3 player and long-time Lamborghini fan. ManteoMax has been race-tuning cars for over 10 years and has won more than 1,000 online races.


If you want to tune your Lamborghini Centenario in Forza Horizon 3, there are a few things you’ll need to know first. Here are some references that will help you get started:

The Lamborghini Centenario is a mid-engined sports car produced by Italian automotive manufacturer Lamborghini. Unveiled on 3 March 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show, the Centenario was created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s company.

The Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels Expansion adds the Hot Wheels island of drivable toys and stunt tracks to Forza Horizon 3. The expansion was released on May 9, 2017 for Ultimate Edition owners, and became available for purchase by everyone else on May 23, 2017.

When tuning your car in Forza Horizon 3, there are a few things you’ll need to keep in mind. First, you’ll need to decide what kind of car you want to tune. Are you looking for a street car or a race car? Once you’ve decided on that, you’ll need to choose which parts of the car you want to tune. You can tune the engine, suspension, tires, and more.

Finally, once you’ve chosen what parts of the car you want to tune, you’ll need to decide how aggressive you want your tune to be. Do you want your car to be able to corner better? Or do you want it to have more straight-line speed? It’s up to you. Just remember that the more aggressive your tune is, the harder it will be on your car’s components.

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