Lamborghini Reventon 

The Lamborghini Reventón (Spanish pronunciation: [reβenˈton]) is a mid-engine limited production sports car that debuted at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. The official press release stated that only 20 vehicles would be sold to the public, with one additional car (marked as 00/20) produced for the Lamborghini museum. Each car is stamped with its number in the sequence of 20 between the driver and passenger seats.

While the exterior is new, almost all the mechanical elements, including the engine, are sourced directly from the Murciélago LP 640. According to the official press release, the Reventón's exterior styling was inspired by "the fastest airplanes".

The car is named after a fighting bull, in line with Lamborghini tradition. The bull, raised by Don Heriberto Rodriguez, was best known for killing famed Mexican bullfighter Felix Guzman in 1943. Reventón means "small explosion" or "burst" in Spanish, when used as a noun. In the vernacular, it is also used to define a very large party or a night in town. In automotive terms, it means "blowout or flat tire" when used as a noun. When it was used as the name of a bull, however, it was intended to be interpreted as an adjective, a quality or property of that bull in particular. In this last sense, reventón means "he who seems to be about to burst". Or, in the case of a flower (a carnation, un clavel reventón) in its maximum point, of luxuriance or a mouth (una boca reventona), for its beauty and fullness.

Curb weight:                                     1650 kg (3638 lbs) 

Torque:                                             660 Nm (487 lb-ft)

Transmission:                                   6-Speed

Layout:                                             middle engine, all wheel drive

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