Lamborghini Reventon


Lamborghini Reventon Supercar

Lamborghini Reventon Super Car

Lamborghini Reventon was a fighting bull, owned by the Don Rodriguez family. It is included in the list of the most famous bulls ever and is known for killing the famed bullfighter Felix Guzman in 1943.


Although it is based on the extraordinarily successful Murciélago LP640, the exterior design of the Lamborghini Reventon is completely new. Just like the base model, the exterior is made of CFC, a composite carbon fibre material, which is as stable as it is light. The exterior components are glued and fixed to the body comprised of CFC and steel.

Based on the Murciélago sports car

Inspired by the F-22 Raptor fighter jet.

The front features the most modern light-emitting diodes alongside Bi-Xenon headlights.

Because of the high temperatures at the rear, Special heatproof LEDs are used with a triple arrow optical effect.

The designers from Sant’Agata Bolognese have created a totally new hue: Lamborghini Reventon, a mid opaque green/grey without the usual shine. Thanks to the metallic particles this colour tone features surprising depth in daylight.

The aerodynamically optimised flat floor structure terminates at the rear with a diffuser. This guarantees excellent road grip and stability even at top speed.

The fuel tank lid is a mechanical work of art achieved by milling a solid aluminium block.

The engine hood made of glass laminate with open ventilation slits offers a glimpse of the beating heart of the twelve cylinders of the super car.


The Reventón delivers 650 horsepower and 487 pound feet of torque.

10 hp more than the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640.


Lamborghini will only build 20 Reventons


cost significantly above the Murciélago’s


The Lamborghini Reventon’s interior includes a G-meter

Wheels and Brakes

Opaque carbon fins are screwed onto the black aluminium spokes, not only creating a visual effect with the precision of a surgeon’s scalpel, but a turbine effect also ensures optimum cooling for the powerful ceramic brake disks.

Carbon brake disks and the six cylinder callipers


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