New Lamborghini Reventon Roadster Officially Revealed (photos)

15 09 2009

The first official details and photos of the exclusive Lamborghini Reventon Roadster revealed. Lamborghini says that “less than 20” Roadsters with extremely exclusive performance features will be built at the plant in Bologna and will be priced at €1.1 million ($1.6 million).

Lamborghini Reventon Roadster LIVE at 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show img_1 | AutoWorld

UPDATED: LIVE unveiling at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show (photos)

Built chiefly from carbon fibre and high-dilution steel the Reventon Roadster displays good stiffness and at the same time is light enough to kick out exceptional performance. It weighs 1,690kg (3,725 lbs) or just 25kg (55 lbs) more than the Coupe. The dimensions are 4.7m long, 2.1m wide, 1.1m high and the wheelbase is 2.7m. Both passengers sit appealing close to the ground but fortunately the suspension can be raised by 40mm at the front to improve opening into steeper everyday obstacles.

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Inspiring the car’s proposal was the fighter jet with styling elements such as the moving arrowhead look at the front, the scissor doors, broad section skirts and large air intakes. The headlights trait bi-xenon technology while LEDs are used for daytime operation light, indicators and the rear lights. Exterior paintwork is a special matt colour called Reventon Grey.

The new Lambo Roadster powered bya 6.5-litre 48-valve V12 engyne that produce a 493kW (670hp) at a huge 8,000rpm. Its limit torque body is 660Nm (487 lb-ft) which is achieved at 6,000rpm. Lamborghini says it will dash away from standstill to 100km/h in 3.4 seconds and not plug accelerating pending the dash displays 330km/h (205mph). Torque is transferred to all four wheels in unstable doses thanks to the Viscous Traction lasting all-wheel need system.

The interior is a mix of fighter jet, F1 and comfort. Instrumentation is no longer just classic analogue but is also delivered via two transreflective and one transmissive LCDs. The driver could alter between analogue and digital viewpoint at any time. Carbon fibre also makes its way into the dashboard and is multiple with aluminium instruments while other materials like aluminum, Alcantara and leather are utilised as well.




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23 09 2012


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