Lamborghini Reventón was first introduced in 2008 having debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show a year prior. Upon its launch it was the most expensive Lamborghini ever made costing around $2 million. That title was stolen in 2011 however when Lamborghini Sesto Elemento was introduced.
Only 20 of the 21 one Reventón’s were sold to the public with the remaining one going to the Lamborghini museum. Each vehicle is numbered with a stamp between the driver’s and passenger’s seats.
The vehicle sported a classic Lamborghini Reventón design with the interior being just as impressive as the exterior. Two LCD’s made up the instrument panel inside the vehicle and the seats were black leather.
All 20 Lamborghini Reventón’s sold with 10 going to the United States, 7 to Europe, 2 to Asia and 1 to Canada.
The Reventón Roadster was introduced in 2009 and 15 units were made altogether, each costing around €1,100,000.
Is the Reventón Lamborghini’s best vehicle? Probably not, as far more exciting were produced by the brand, however it’s a solid supercar that looked fantastic and made at least 20 people happy.
Perhaps you’re sick of seeing Lamborghini on every supercar list, article, blog and video however there’s no denying that the brand knows what it is doing. Having been in the industry since 1963, Lamborghini has produced some of the most phenomenal supercars ever made.