The Lamborghini Reventon was the company’s most expensive model until the Veneno was launched, priced at $2-million USD. It has a top speed of 221mph (355.7 km/h), and limited to only 20 vehicles worldwide, with one additional car (serially numbered 00/20) made for the Lamborghini Museum. Despite the fighter jet-inspired exterior, nearly all of the mechanical elements were sourced from the Murcielago LP640. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Taylor Swift being attacked at the Grammys by a video game character you don’t expect.
Currently at $1.35-million on eBay — someone actually bid on it, this Lamborghini Reventon is number seven of twenty and comes complete with a built-in G-force meter that “shows the dynamic drive forces, longitudinal acceleration during acceleration and braking as well as transversal acceleration around bends.” Auction page. Video after the break.
Not your standard unboxing, the first production Lamborghini Reventon (#01/20) to hit US shores has reached its destination at a private dealership in Las Vegas. Click here for first picture in gallery.
Apparently, it’s the only example which will be sold privately via a traditional dealership — in this case, Lamborghini of Las Vegas. The other nineteen were all spoken for before ever leaving the factory.
Yes, a new set of Lamborghini Reventon images have just been released “from lock-down at the Lamborghini factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese on the outskirts of Modena.” Click here for first picture in gallery.
When it comes to pure visual impact, there’s not a thing on the road that has got anything on the Lamborghini Reventon. It’s just so impossibly, relentlessly badass
That’s right, a Lamborghini Reventon was recently pit against a Tornado fighter jet “on a 3000-meter runway to see which vehicle could accelerate faster.” Unsurprisingly, the Lamborghini lost, but still managed to put on a great show — hopefully will be in the next Top Gear episode. Click here for first picture in gallery.
…the 650-horsepower Reventon may be badder than both John Shaft and Truck Turner combined, but when matched against a fighter jet whose twin Turbo-Union RB199 engines combine to make 39,332 horsepower at sea level, it’s bound to come up a little shy
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to drive Lamborghini’s $1-million Reventon? Then we’ve got just the video for you. Continue reading to watch. Click here for more pictures.
..though the camera work may not be very good, we imagine it’s tough to keep a steady hand in a vehicle that can surpass 200 MPH and hits 60 in just 3.4 seconds
InsideLineVideo gives us a look inside the $1.3-million Lamborghini Reventon. Continue reading to watch. Click here for more pictures.
More horsepower has been coaxed from the 6.5-liter DOHC Lamborghini V12, bringing its output to 650 horsepower. The all-wheel-drive Reventon with its automated sequential manual transmission gets to 100 kph (62 mph) in 3.4 seconds and can reach a top speed of 211 mph. The Reventon’s engine is displayed beneath a louvered panel of glass in the rear deck
Lamborghini has just unveiled its $1-million Reventon supercar at the Frankfurt Auto Show in Germany. Limited to just 20-units worldwide — all accounted for, this beast rockets to 60mph in just 3.4-seconds. On the inside, you’ll find digital displays in place of the normal gauges, as well as a touchscreen audio system. First picture in gallery.
Although it is based on the extraordinarily successful Murcielago LP640, the exterior design of the Reventon is completely new. Just like the base model, the exterior of the second edition is made of CFC, a composite carbon fiber material, which is as stabile as it is light. The exterior components are glued and riveted to the body comprised of CFC and steel, resulting in the dimensions and proportions of the Reventon being very similar to the Murcielago