Lamborghini Reventon Introduction
Lamborghini Reventon is a mid-engine, four-wheel-drive, super-sports car with a top speed of 350km/h produced by Lamborghini, Italy, with 21 vehicles worldwide (1 in the museum).
Reventon is derived from the name of a bullfight in the Don Rodriguez family. It killed the bullfighter Felix Guzman in a bullfight in 1943 and became famous. Reventon's sharp front combines two front air intakes to design the front pole, which draws a number of sharp angles with straight lines, making the entire body full of speed. Reventon uses a 6.5 L V12 naturally aspirated engine with 650 horsepower, an acceleration time of 0-100 km/h of only 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 350 km/h.