LAMBORGHINIS barely cost 10 cents, but this particular one is rarer than most and has a huge potential price tag.
It’s called the Lamborghini Reventon Roadster and in 2010 only 15 of these V12 open tops were made.
The Lamborghini Reventon (there’s also a hardtop, 20 of which were made) is inspired by none other than the F-15 fighter jet.
You can see why in the aggressive lines and doors that open up like the cockpit glass of a fighter jet.
Despite losing its roof, the Roadster still accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h and on to 205 km/h in 3.4 seconds – that’s a lot of wind in your hair.
As with the hardtop, the roadster’s rear spoiler extends at around 130 km/h and switches to a steeper angle at around 220 km/h for even more downforce.
Another cool feature is the Reventon Roadster’s deployable roll bars, which quickly shoot up to protect the car’s occupants if you get it very wrong and start rolling down the road.
But probably the most interesting feature is the fact that it comes with a G-Force gauge to record exactly how brutal the acceleration is.
This particular car goes on sale this weekend in Switzerland at Bonhams with just 1500 miles on the clock.
According to Bonhams, the Reventon Roadster was sold new in Switzerland through Lamborghini Porrentruy and had only one owner.
“It is offered for sale freshly serviced by Lamborghini Porrentruy and comes with the Swiss Carte Grise and all its original books.”
This car was auctioned at Bonhams back in 2019 and has only driven 10km since then.
A Reventon Roadster cost £954,000 plus tax when it went on sale in 2009, which is £1.3million today.
Considering this is billed at £1.8million, that’s a decent investment.
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