A Lamborghini Reventon has been recently spotted in Monaco, where the rare and expensive Italian supercar was cruising the streets.
The Lamborghini Reventon is probably one of the most dramatic supercars ever created by the “raging bull”, when talking about its exterior design. When you see it you expect machine guns to pop out that front bumper’s huge air intakes and to grow metal spikes from its tires. You wouldn’t be to surprise either if it used its doors like wings and suddenly head towards Niburu. And if you own such an impressive supercar, where else to show off than in Monaco?
The Lamborghini Reventon has only been produced in 21 units, with one of them remaining in the museum. The supercar made its public debut back in 2007 during the Frankfurt Motor Show and it was assembled a year later. The model came in a single two-door coupe body style and it had a mid-engine four-wheel drive system. Power to the Italian supercar was provided by a 6.5 liter V12 engine, mated to either a six-speed e-gear or a six-speed manual transmission. From the famous owners of the REventon we can mention Ramzan Kadyrov, Chechen president, Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, prince, Jay Kay, Jamiroquai’s singer and Ken Lingenfelter, car collector.
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