This Is How To Unload A $1.3 Million Lamborghini Reventon


Very very carefully.

The Lamborghini Reventon is one of those incredibly rare supercars that most of us will probably never see in person during our lifetime. Be that as it may, the next best thing to actually seeing one of these limited edition Lamborghinis in person is viewing up close footage filmed by someone who spotted one in real life. Just to get a better idea of how awesome of a spotting this is, only 20 Reventon units were every built by Lamborghini. The extreme angular design of the vehicle was inspired by the latest trends in aeronautics.

The Reventon is not only a masterful work of art, but it’s also capable of hitting 62 mph in a mere 3.4 seconds thanks to its powerful 6.5 liter V12 producing 650 hp and 487 lb-ft of torque. With that said, check out the awesome footage of this beautiful supercar being unloaded during a cold start-up delivery.

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