Lamborghini Reventon – A Complete Review


We all know that Lamborghini is known for its true, unique style of creating sports cars that have no match in the world. Lamborghini Reventon is one of the most expensive cars ever produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer. With a $1.5 million worth, it’s probably the car one could just dream about. Let’s have a look at its specs;

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Designed by Lamborghini Centro Stile, the two door coupe was built in 2007-2008, with a limited production of just 20 units. Featuring the latest light-emitting diodes, the Lambo Reventon combines a 6.5L 48-valve DOHC V12 engine producing a huge 650 HP and a torque of 487 lb-ft at 6000 rpm.

Below is the video showing the real power fo Lamborghini Reventon:


There’re lots of interesting features making this car super awesome. The front acute angled design is just killing that improves air intake, helping cool down carbon disks brakes and 12 cylinder calipers while accelerating. Its unique design also increases its interior cooling system and aerodynamics that’s probably one of the great pluses when it comes to its performance.

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Lighting system is another top feature of Reventon leaving viewers quite impressed. It is equipped with the latest Bi-Xenon headlights and light-emitting diodes. While in the rear side, there’re 7 LED lights together with 10 diodes serving as indicator and hazard lights. Furthermore, all of the lights are heat-proof and can last longer.

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In terms of interior, the inner side of this supercar is made of aluminum, leather, Alcantara and carbon that are chosen very carefully to ensure Lamborghini’s high class appearance. G-force meter is another big surprise one may find in Lambo Reventon, that displays dynamic drive force, car acceleration and breaking all in a 3D viewing.


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