• Aug 21st 2009 at 9:00AM
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Rumors of an open-air version of the exclusive Lamborghini Reventón have been circulating for months, with recent reports suggesting that the company has already shown a pre-production prototype to some of its best customers. Now sources suggest that the Raging Bull brand could be preparing to unveil the Reventón Roadster at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show, with only ten to be built, packing the more potent 670 horsepower engine from the SuperVeloce.

By slapping on some edgy body panels and glitzy instruments, Sant'Agata managed to bump the Murcielago's price up into seven-figure territory, and they could do it again by lopping off the Reventón's roof (or slapping said panels on the Murci Roadster, depending on how you look at it). But while they could very well unveil the car in Frankfurt, with the Balboni edition Gallardo yet to make its public debut, they may also opt to make good on their commitment of a new product at every major auto show and keep the Reventón Roadster under wraps until a later date.

[Source: LamboCars.com via The Car Connection]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      "Sant'Agata managed to bump the Murcielago's price up into seven-figure territory"

      I'm sorry but once you're into seven-figure territory for a car, the only choice is a Veyron.

      1) The Veyron, unlike the Reventón, doesn't look like it was designed by the Transformers Design Team at Hasbro.
      2) The Veyron can effortlessly make the Reventón eat its dust.
      • 6 Years Ago
      The fixed roof one will be in Forza 3.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I know it's "just" a Murcielago with new body panels, basically a concept car or styling exercise. But I think it's brilliant of them to offer some for sale, not only to make a little money, but also to increase their image and get some true collectibles out there for posterity. And for folks who aspire to "lesser" Lambos to see the direction and inspiration for little design cues that will work their way down the line. I can imagine some mere millionaire telling his buddies that his 2010 Gallardo has the new Reventon nose and is therefore so much cooler than his neighbor's '08. Not just updated or different for the sake of being different, but updated to look more like the top dog.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I would still buy this over the Veyron for the simple fact that there are 10, 30 total with the coupe, not 250 plus like the Veyron.

      I live in Michigan and I can't believe how many times I have seen a Veyron. Can you imagine in California?
      Quantumphysics
      • 6 Years Ago
      Due to the highly limited production numbers, even if you had 100 Billionaires wanting one, they couldn't get one per person.

      Frankly I'll never have a chance of owning one of these. I've got $15,000 saved for a Cadillac CTS Coupe V series.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Did they outsource production of this model to Maisto?

      That picture looks like a die-cast model.
      • 6 Years Ago
      hoax
      • 6 Years Ago
      needs more angles!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Hello sex.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Looks like it was created by someone with a ruler
        • 6 Years Ago
        ALL designs are created with a ruler...or some type of measuring device
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