Is anybody sick of watching supercar and superbike drag races at air strips yet? No? Didn't think so. I could watch this stuff all day, and I'll bet you can too.
Namesake for not only the eponymous 1966 supercar but most Lamborghinis, noted by Hemingway and countless dead matadors, these are the cunning, ferocious Miura bulls of Andalusia.
One of the guests at the deranged Caucasus wedding party with the AK–47-equipped Rolls–Royce was boxer-turned-warlord-turned-Chechen president Ramzan Kadyrov (left). He’s one serious car guy. Lamborghini Reventón serious.
The darkly wonderful Lamborghini Ankonian Concept is the creation of Slavche Tanevsky and, unlike most independent design studies, boasts the participation of Lamborghini and Audi designers. The future Lamborghini Reventon? We hope so.
Looking to drop around $1.6 Million on a two-seat convertible? You and 19 of your fellow oil sheikhs might want to consider the 205 MPH Lamborghini Reventon Roadster. Think of it like buying a jet plane cockpit without the canopy.
For the dozen or so of our readers who looked at the Lamborghini Reventón and said, "Eh, maybe if it were a convertible," today's a good day. The Reventón Roadster's made its pictorial debut ahead of Frankfurt.
Jameslist, the Craigslist for the hoity-toity set, now has seven 2008 Lamborghini Reventóns for sale out of only 20 ever made! Estimated value of the whole bunch is $10.8 million. Think they give volume discounts?
At about $1.3 million each, and only twenty ever made, seeing a Lamborghini Reventon anywhere is a rare treat. Seeing one in the war-torn but slowly recovering nation-state of Chechnya, it's just plain surreal.
We grabbed a couple of words with the proud new owner of one of eleven US-bound Lamborghini Reventons at the 2008 Meadow Brook Concours D'Elegance on Sunday. Apparently he had driven it off the lot that day, straight to its spot on the Concours. Aside from causing a permanent priapism, the Reventon is Lambo's most…
Five months ago we told you about the owner of Innovation Cars and his attempt to sell his yet-to-be-delivered $1.5 million Lamborghini Reventon. One of the limited run of only 20 of the bull-branded budget-busters first revealed at the Frankfurt Auto Show, we wondered whatever happened to his attempted sale. Well, it…
Please, please tell me PopSci didn't send a fishing writer who's working on his novel in Spain to test drive Lamborghini's $1.4 million Reventón. That's not exactly like Rachel Ray profiling NASA's Ares I launch vehicle, but it certainly is a lucky break for a guy who spends time suffocating aquatic vertebrates for…