$1.6 million Special ediiton Lamborghini Reventón supercar on sale at London Motorexpo

Andrea Divirgilio / May 12, 2012

Stealth fighters like styling inspired by the ‘fastest airplanes’, named for a fighting bull, in line with the Lamborghini tradition, all carbon-fiber exteriors, and credited for being the fastest and the most expensive Lamborghini car to date; the Lamborghini Reventón has got all that a supercar aficionado could ask for. Back in 2007, when it was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, this two-seater bull changed the perception of the supercar world with its first appearance. And, with only 20 units ever built that got sold in a whip, along with one additional car marked as 0/20 produced for the Lamborghini Museum; each of the stylish Lamborghini Reventón comes clearly stamped with its unique number in the sequence of 20, making it rare and most sought-after limited edition supercar. Now, any of the well-heeled petrol heads can grab one of the world’s rarest supercars this summer, as an ultra-exclusive Reventón is featured in the exclusive H&H’s Supercars and Superclassics sale being held at London’s Motorexpo, the revolutionary and the world’s biggest free to visit motoring event.

Ultra-exclusive Lamborghini Reventón

Expected to garner more than $1.6 million, the Lamborghini Reventón being offered at the H&H Classics sale is thought to be the only example in Great Britain, making it truly a great opportunity for automotive collectors to grab the only one.

With its powerful 6.5 liter V12 engine that produces massive 650bhp, this Reventón easily cracks the sprint of 0-62 mph in just a whip of 3.2 seconds, and flies at a top speed of 211mph, certifying that this supercar has sufficient pace to live up to the mark of its stealthy F-22 Raptor fighter jet inspired body.

Also, as part of its exclusive Supercars and Superclassics sale, H&H will be exhibiting a large number of vehicles produced by some notable automotive brands like Maserati, Ferrari, Koenigsegg and Pagani, along with an Auburn Speedster replica.

Via: MotorExpo

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