Lamborghini could unveil Reventon Roadster at Frankfurt show

Lamborghini could unveil Reventon Roadster at Frankfurt show

Lamborghini Reventon Roadster rq

Rumors are rampant that Lamborghini will unveil a convertible Roadster version of its ultra-exclusive Reventon supercar at next month’s Frankfurt Auto Show.

All across the Internet, Lamborghini fans are excited at the thought of a Reventon Roadster, with a very limited expected production of only nine or ten examples, each featuring a V-12 engine and a pricetag of €1.15 million. The company itself has made no official statement on the matter, but the uber wealthy and Russian mobsters might want to bring their checkbooks to Germany next month.

If built, the Roadster will likely feature the same V-12 engine as the original Reventon though power may be increased from the current 650 horsepower and 487 pound-feet of torque–expect to see the same 670 horsepower rating as the more recent Murcielago LP670-4 SV.

Other new tech should include the ‘Viscous Traction’ all-wheel-drive system and Lamborghini’s e-gear semi-automatic transmission. The original Reventon sprints to 100kph in just 3.4 seconds and tops out at 339kph, so a slightly more powerful Roadster could surpass these times.

Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show.

Photo Credit: Lambocars.com

Lamborghini Reventon Roadster rq

Rumors are rampant that Lamborghini will unveil a convertible Roadster version of its ultra-exclusive Reventon supercar at next month’s Frankfurt Auto Show.

All across the Internet, Lamborghini fans are excited at the thought of a Reventon Roadster, with a very limited expected production of only nine or ten examples, each featuring a V-12 engine and a pricetag of €1.15 million. The company itself has made no official statement on the matter, but the uber wealthy and Russian mobsters might want to bring their checkbooks to Germany next month.

If built, the Roadster will likely feature the same V-12 engine as the original Reventon though power may be increased from the current 650 horsepower and 487 pound-feet of torque–expect to see the same 670 horsepower rating as the more recent Murcielago LP670-4 SV.

Other new tech should include the ‘Viscous Traction’ all-wheel-drive system and Lamborghini’s e-gear semi-automatic transmission. The original Reventon sprints to 100kph in just 3.4 seconds and tops out at 339kph, so a slightly more powerful Roadster could surpass these times.

Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show.

Photo Credit: Lambocars.com

« | »

Let us know what you think

Loading Facebook Comments ...

Road Tests

Silver Sponsors

Car and SUV Team

Richard-Edwards-2016Richard Edwards

Managing editor

linkedinphotoDarren Cottingham

Motoring writer

robertbarry-headRobert Barry

Chief reporter

Ian-Ferguson-6Ian Ferguson

Advertising Consultant

debDeborah Baxter

Operations Manager

RSS Latest News from Autotalk

RSS Latest News from Dieseltalk

Read previous post:
Top Gear cast immortalised as Lego

What can't Lego do? This time, the little Danish bricks have been used to immortalise the presenters from the world's...

Close