Ultra-rare RHD Lamborghini Reventón for sale

Almost $1.8 million will secure you one of three right-hook Reventón Roadsters

Ultra-rare RHD Lamborghini Reventón for sale

Want to own about 33 per cent of all the right-hook Lamborghini Reventón Roadsters in the world?

You’d only need to buy one, and now you can.

RHD Lamborghini Reventon Rear Jpg

It’s up for grabs in the UK, advertised on our sister site TradeUniqueCars.com.au, and located at Joe Macari’s London prestige dealership.

“The car we are pleased to offer is a 2010 model and is one of just three produced in RHD variant,” the listing says.

“It is a UK supplied car and sits today in fantastic condition after covering just over 1,000 miles from new.”

RHD Lamborghini Reventon Interior Jpg

It’s actually showing 1770km, which is incredibly low for most cars, but actually more than you might expect from a car listed at £1,000,000 or AUD$1.8 million.

Originally, the Reventón Coupe (of which there were 20 built, alongside 15 Roadsters) was offered at €1 million. Today that’s around £904,000, or AUD$1,601,000.

It’s based on the Lamborghini Murciélago LP640, but with a little more power liberated. Its 6.5-litre V12 pumps out 493kW and allows a 0-100km/h sprint in 3.4 seconds. It’ll hit 330km/h, though its reported that one was able to hit 355km/h in testing in the Middle East.

RHD Lamborghini Reventon Engine Jpg

Each of the Reventóns built is finished in Reventón grey, and features bodywork inspired by what Lamborghini called at the time “the latest aeronautics,” meaning the F22 Raptor fighter jet.

Carbon fibre, the front air intakes, and several elements of the interior are meant to mimic the F22, as is the paint finish, but for the most part it looks much like a wilder Murciélago.


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