Lamborghini Reventón Roadster 

  • $1.60M built in Italy
  • 2010
  • 641 HP 6.5L
  • 205 mph
Better air supply is partially responsible for the ten additional horsepower for the Reventón, bringing the total to 641bhp at 8000rpm, with the rev-limiter still set at 8200rpm.
by EVO
The Reventon handles slow-speed duties with nary a hiccup, thanks to the tractable V-12's 487 lb-ft of torque.
by MotorTrend (Oct, 2007)

Road Tests Real world tests of the Lamborghini Reventón


Reventón Roadster
3.3 s
4.7 s

Top speed

Reventón Roadster
205 mph
Roadster Base
119 mph
220 mph

1/4 mile

Reventón Roadster
10.7 s
Roadster Base
12.7 s
12.3 s

Data points Key details of the Lamborghini Reventón


Reventón Roadster

Number built

Reventón Roadster
15 cars
Ford GT
4,038 cars
4 cars

Photo Gallery Wallpaper quality closeups of the car

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight


In one appearance mode, the speedometer is displayed as a pictograph of a road with numerals, while the tachometer takes the form of a luminous column to represent the rpm.
by (Dec, 2012)
The tach's two needles instantaneously jump upward past 8000 rpm, and the digital speedometer readout changes so rapidly that not one kph seems to be missed.
by MotorTrend (Oct, 2007)
Physically, it remains one of the true heavyweights of the supercar world, yet despite its heaviness and feeling of utter massiveness out on any road, I have always liked the Murciélago’s way of handling its power and torque.
by EVO


It's fun to look at, and it looks fast, too.
The Reventón looks great Until I actually ‘locked horns’ with the Lamborghini Reventón, I was pretty sure that there was little of any real significance in this special edition Murciélago LP640.
by EVO
The Reventón looks great.
by EVO


The Reventon's engine is displayed beneath a louvered panel of glass in the rear deck.
by (Dec, 2012)
The sweet-spot for the best mix of torque and power really doesn’t come until above 5000rpm, when the baffles open and the engine begins to bellow to nape-prickling effect.
by EVO
The engine's sonorous growl and the exhaust's deep bellow overwhelm the cabin as you're pinned in your seat.
by MotorTrend (Oct, 2007)


More horsepower has been coaxed from the 6.5-liter DOHC Lamborghini V12, bringing its output to 650 horsepower.
by (Dec, 2012)
The air intake integrated into the rocker sill beneath the driver's door feeds the V12's oil cooler, while the one on the passenger side helps energize the flow of air through the underbody aero diffuser.
by (Dec, 2012)
The second is more in line with the Reventon's exterior and is innovative in the way it informs the driver of engine functions and speed.
by MotorTrend (Oct, 2007)


The four-wheel independent suspension has double wishbones, electronically adjustable hydraulic shocks, anti-roll bars, and anti-dive and anti-squat characteristics.
by MotorTrend (Oct, 2007)
The flat-bottom steering wheel is thick and nice to grip.
by MotorTrend (Oct, 2007)
The steering is light and responsive, with quick, even turn in.
by MotorTrend (Oct, 2007)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Brand Lamborghini
Price $1,600,000
Type of car Production car
Year 2010
City mileage 10 MPG
Highway mileage 16 MPG
Number built 15 cars


Drivetrain AWD w/Viscous Traction
Shift system Manual
Gearing Traditional
# of gears 6 gears
Gear ratios
  1. 1: 3.09:1
  2. 2: 2.1:1
  3. 3: 1.56:1
  4. 4: 1.24:1
  5. 5: 1.06:1
  6. 6: 0.94:1

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes 14.96 in Disc
Rear brakes 14.96 in Disc

physical dimensions

Curb weight 3,775 lb
Width 81 in
Height 44.6 in
Length 185 in
Front track width 64.4 in
Wheelbase 104.9 in

road tests

Top speed 205 mph
1/4 mile 10.7 s
0-60mph 3.3 s

power & handling

Power-to-weight ratio 5.89 lb/hp
Maximum hp 641 HP @ 8,000 RPM
Maximum torque 488 ft-lb @ 6,000 RPM
Engine placement Mid
Weight distribution 42%/58%
Steering system rack&pinionPAS


Displacement 6,500 cc
Cylinders V12
Air compressor None
Fuels Gas
Compression ratio 11:1
Bore/stroke 3.5 in / 3.5 in
Valvetrain DOHC
Valves per cylinder 4 valves
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