Lamborghini to reveal Reventon Roadster

Lamborghini to reveal Reventon Roadster

Lamborghini Revention

A few months back a rumor surfaced that Lamborghini would be making a convertible version of its most exclusive model, the Reventon. Now, Lambo is setting up to showing off this new roadster to a to a special select few Lamborghini enthusiasts who might be able to afford it. Based on the Murcielago, the original carbon fiber Reventon Coupe was limited to just 20 units (plus one for the museum) and cost just about $1 million USD. You would think that the Reventon was exclusive enough, I mean even if you had the cash chances are you couldn’t get one, but you’re wrong.

This is where the new drop top Reventon helps out. Because it’s limited to just nine examples it’s more than twice as exclusive as the hard top. Accordingly its price is a staggering $1.6 million USD.

Besides losing its roof, the Reventon Roadster will receive more power than its hard-top brothers, as the convertible will get the LP670-4 SV’s frantic 6.5-litre V12 producing 670 horsepower and 487 lb-ft of torque.

Lamborghini Revention

A few months back a rumor surfaced that Lamborghini would be making a convertible version of its most exclusive model, the Reventon. Now, Lambo is setting up to showing off this new roadster to a to a special select few Lamborghini enthusiasts who might be able to afford it. Based on the Murcielago, the original carbon fiber Reventon Coupe was limited to just 20 units (plus one for the museum) and cost just about $1 million USD. You would think that the Reventon was exclusive enough, I mean even if you had the cash chances are you couldn’t get one, but you’re wrong.

This is where the new drop top Reventon helps out. Because it’s limited to just nine examples it’s more than twice as exclusive as the hard top. Accordingly its price is a staggering $1.6 million USD.

Besides losing its roof, the Reventon Roadster will receive more power than its hard-top brothers, as the convertible will get the LP670-4 SV’s frantic 6.5-litre V12 producing 670 horsepower and 487 lb-ft of torque.

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