Lamborghini Reventon Roadster 2010 Photos, Reviews and Specification

Lamborghini Reventon Roadster 2010 Photos, Reviews and Specification

Lamborghini Reventon Roadster 2010 Photos, Reviews and Specification

Lamborghini Reventon Roadster 2010 Photos, Reviews and Specification


Some might call the Lamborghini Reventon Roadster a "glorious irrelevance", but it has earned its place in the Supercar "Parthenon of Fame". Its "lines" are simply "riveting" more so than the Coupe from last year. Still nice, but not as exciting as it would have been had it been released 12 months ago. Will be interesting to see what Audi's product planning for Lamborghini will be. No accurate time frames are available!
Only one description, "Thundering Typhoons!"Lamborghini just keeps on gaining respect on my book- in the age of cookie cutter automobiles and companies like McLaren releasing blend "supercars" it's nice to see someone going against the grain and releasing a proper supercar- an outrageous V12 priced in the millions. Thumbs WAY up.Built mainly from carbon fibre and high-strength steel the Reventón Roadster displays good rigidity and at the same time is light enough to kick out exceptional performance. It weighs 1,690kg (3,725 lbs) or just 25kg (55 lbs) more than the Coupé.
Inspiring the car's design was the fighter jet with styling elements such as the powerful arrowhead look at the front, the scissor doors, broad side skirts and large air intakes. The headlights feature bi-xenon technology while LEDs are used for daytime running lights, indicators and the rear lights. Exterior paintwork is a special matt colour called Reventón Grey.
The dimensions are 4.7m long, 2.1m wide, 1.1m high and the wheelbase is 2.7m. Both passengers sit pretty close to the ground but fortunately the suspension can be raised by 40mm at the front to ease ingress into steeper everyday obstacles.
Providing the power is Lambo's tried and tested 6.5-litre 48-valve naturally aspirated V12 worth a massive 493kW (670hp) at a howling 8,000rpm. Its maximum torque figure is 660Nm (487 lb-ft) which is achieved at 6,000rpm. Lamborghini says it will rush away from standstill to 100km/h in 3.4 seconds and not stop accelerating until the dashboard displays 330km/h (205mph). Torque is transferred to all four wheels in varying doses thanks to the Viscous Traction permanent all-wheel drive system
source : worldcarfans.com

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