The first and only Lamborghini Reventon left for sale on the market has arrived at a dealership in Las Vegas, of the 20 units scheduled for production 19 are already spoken for.
The first and only Lamborghini Reventon left for sale on the market has arrived at a dealership in Las Vegas, of the 20 units scheduled for production (plus 2 more for Lambo to keep for themselves) 19 are already spoken for with this extra special unit to carry a special label – Lamborghini Reventon 1/20.
Considering this is the last available model of a very special car, we can expect an exceptionally high price, the Reventon was priced at a cool €1 million ($1.4 million) excluding taxes by the Italian manufacturer, but with the initial dealership mark up and then the scramble from the super rich looking to get it, we wouldn't be surprised to see it go for close to $2 million.
Based on the Murciélago LP640, the Reventon (named after a famous fighting bull) was inspired by the fastest airplanes which we can clearly see with the sharp edges and pointy nose. The engine has been tuned to pump out 10 more ponies to take final output to 650hp, although there are no apparent increases in performance with the 0-100km/h time remaining at 3.4 seconds, top speed is still 340km/h.