/Sights and Sounds: Lamborghini Reventon

Sights and Sounds: Lamborghini Reventon

Lamborghini Reventon spot 600x333 at Sights and Sounds: Lamborghini Reventon

Lamborghini has already given the Aventador two very special limited editions with the Veneno coupe and roadster. But impressive though they certainly are, they have both failed to cause as big a stir as Lamborghini Reventon, launched years ago as the ultimate expression of what a Murcielago can be.

It is a pretty rare beast, this Lamborghini Reventon, with only 20 customer units built. Back when it was new, each Reventon cost nearly $1.2 million. These days you can’t find a second-hand version for less $2 million.

Here’s a pristine Reventon cruising around Monte Carlo, captured by BrianZuk:

Lamborghini Reventon Highlights:


  • High strength tubular steel structure with carbon fibre components.


  • In carbon fibre, except roof and door external panels (steel)


  • Type: Mechanical (rack and pinion) power-assisted
  • Right-hand turning circle: 12.55 m (41.17 ft)

Wheels and tyres

  • Front: 245/35 ZR 18
  • Rear: 335/30 ZR 18


  • Type: 12 cylinders at 60°
  • Bore and stroke: 88 mm x 89 mm (3.46 in x 3.50 in)
  • Displacement: 6496 cc (396.41 in3)
  • Compression ratio: (11 ± 0.2):1
  • Maximum power: 650 HP (478 kW) at 8000 rpm (guaranteed through the engine selection)
  • Maximum torque: 660 Nm (487 lb-ft) at 6000 rpm
  • Engine position in vehicle: Longitudinal central-rear
  • Cylinder heads and engine block: Aluminium
  • Intake system: Variable geometry with 3 operating modes

Performance data

    • Top speed: 340 km/h (211.3 mph)
    • Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 3.4 s (before: 3.8 s)

Fuel Consumption

    • Urban: 32,3 l/100km
    • Extra-urban: 15,0 l/100 km
    • Combined: 21,3 l/100 km
    • CO2 emissions: 495 g/km
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 10.0/10 (2 votes cast)
Sights and Sounds: Lamborghini Reventon, 10.0 out of 10 based on 2 ratings

(Founder / Chief Editor / Journalist) – Arman is the original founder of Motorward.com, which he kept until August 2009. Currently Arman is our chief editor and is held responsible for a large part of the news we publish.