Only 20 examples of the Reventón will be built, each with a price tag in excess of 1 million (Euros). Even if your bank balance would allow it, you're too late, as recent reports indicated all 20 sold soon after its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Based on the Murcielago LP640, the Reventón features Lamborghini's most futuristic exterior styling yet. The ultra lightweight carbon fibre bodywork features a pointed, shark like nose and large front air ducts that are bolder and more angular than those on the LP640. The front is characterised by the acute angle of the central 'arrow' and by the forward facing air intakes, which help to supply the volume of air necessary to cool the big carbon brake discs and the six-pot calipers.
Finished in an exclusive new grey paint colour, offset by black wheels with carbon fibre inserts, the Reventón is powered by a retuned 6.5-litre V12 engine, capable of a 340 km/h top speed.
The engine is visible through a glass laminate cover with open ventilation slits.
Naturally, both doors on the Reventón open upwards - a traditional Lamborghini symbol.
Every Reventón is equipped with a robotised e-gear transmission controlled by two small levers under the steering wheel.
Inside, the two-seater cockpit features unique digital instrumentation using three TFT displays complete with G-meter, that can be converted to analog-style circular gauges, if desired.
The new G meter shows longitudinal acceleration during acceleration and braking, as well as acceleration around bends; the G-meter displays the movement of a sphere within a circuit to represent the direction and intensity of the acceleration.
A similar instrument can be found in high performance airplanes and in use with Formula 1 teams.