The last Lamborghini Reventon ever made is for sale, here’s what we know.
Revealed to the public in 2007 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Reventon pushed Lamborghini’s design towards the future with every element of the Reventon being developed with the goal of maximizing performance. Being inspired by the latest trends in aeronautics gives the Reventon its angular front end and sharp body lines. With a carbon fiber body and a 6.5-litre 661hp V12, the Reventon can rocket to 60mph in just 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 205mph.
Marketed by Lamborghini as the first Few-Off, it set the precedent for offering a select few customers a road-legal concept car. Lamborghini took the idea of a concept and found a way to get these designs in the hands of its customers. Every Few-Off of the modern era is a limited-run model based off a current car in Lamborghini’s lineup.
With a run of only 20 cars produced, ten of which went to America and seven to Europe, two to Asia and one to Canada, this is one of the rarest cars on Earth. That would explain the current asking price of $1,400,000.
This specific car is finished with matt grey paintwork and a 6-speed manual – long live and all that – and has only 222 miles on it. It’s truly a low-mileage example, and at 11 years old, you can bet it’s been sat in a padded room somewhere dry and quiet.
If you are in the market for an ageing but gorgeous Lamborghini and have over $1,000,000 to spend, make sure you check this one out. And with the mileage on it, please make sure it’s driven! These cars work better if they’re actually used…