Lamborghini Reventon body design concept
As a model produced after the Lamborghini Murcielago, the name Reventon is somewhat strange, the name comes from a bullfighting owned by the Don Rodriguez family. In 1943, the famous bullfighter Felix Guzman was killed under the horn of Reventon.
Reventon's body is designed in accordance with the style of the F-22 fighter. Rather than saying that Reventon is a top sports car, it is better to say that it is a road fighter. In fact, from the appearance of the car body, the sharp front combines two large air intakes to design the front pole, and the straight lines outline many The acute angle makes Reventon's entire body full of speed.
The tail of the roof has a level like a fighter wing, the taillights of the rear of the car, the oversized exhaust tailpipes placed in the center, and the rear guards of the bottom shunt. Reventon seems to be telling the world, hidden in this car shell. Underneath, how arrogant. The rear LED brake lights are reminiscent of the abdomen's signal lights, and the transparent hood opens as if the fighter's canopy was open.
Although Reventon is built on the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, Reventon is the flagship of the flagship. Of course, it can be re-created with a new concept. When it comes to the rigidity and light weight of the car, Reventon's materials are bound to be more elaborate, so Lamborghini also Reventon's body and structure are made from materials such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), carbon fiber and steel. Wheels are no exception. 
Lamborghini Reventon uses a new aerospace technology of carbon fiber material to further reduce weight while maintaining a strong body. The nose-nose design of the front face is more aerodynamically beneficial, and the square mesh air inlets on both sides provide more low-temperature air for the brakes. The headlights of xenon and LED make Reventon even more fascinating. Reventon uses a new color called Grey Barra, which is especially eye-catching with bright black wheels.