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lamborghini reventon
here it is my most difficult moc ever : the lamborghini reventon. I used the bricks from my old lamborghini so now you guys gotta tell me wich is best : my old made up lamborghini or my new reventon
About this creation
insiperd by the f22 raptor lamborghini started building the reventon here's some information and of course my model in 14 wide


The Reventón is named after a fighting bull in keeping with Lamborghini tradition. The bull, raised by the don Heriberto Rodríguez family, was best known for killing famed bullfighter Félix Guzmán in 1943 <; Reventón means "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 on the town. It's commonly said "vámanos de reventón", which means "let's go party tonight." In automotive terms, it means "blowout, 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".

Performance
The Reventón's engine was a slightly tuned version of the Murciélago LP640's 6.5 L V-12, rated at 640 hp (480 kW). According to the official release, the Reventón accelerates to 100 km/h (62 mph) in the same time as the Murciélago LP640 (3.4 seconds), and is capable of reaching a maximum speed of over 340 km/h (210 mph). Using the internal speedometer, the recorded top speed was displayed as 356 km/h (221 mph;
Interior
The instrument panel in the Reventón comprises three TFT liquid crystal displays (LCDs) with two different display modes. The instruments are housed in a structure milled from a solid aluminium block, protected by a carbon fiber casing. The G-Force-Meter is completely new and it is one of the talking points of the Reventón. It displays the dynamic drive forces, longitudinal acceleration during acceleration and braking, as well as transversal acceleration around bends. These forces are represented by the movement of an indicator on a graduated 3D grid depending on the direction and intensity of the acceleration. Formula One teams also use a similar device to analyze dynamic forces. The seats of the Reventón are black leather and brown Alcantara.

By simply pressing a button, the driver can switch to the second, quasi-analog display, where there are the usual circular instruments; speedometer and tachometer. The G-Force-Meter still remains at the center of this display mode.

Exterior

Rear view of the Lamborghini Reventón.The Reventón features an all new carbon fiber exterior. All Reventóns have the same exterior color, described as "mid opaque grey without the usual shine."

Lamborghini has also picked up some of parent company Audi's design language. Its is the first Lamborghini to incorporate daylight running lights into the headlamps. Seven Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) at each headlamp flank the Bi-Xenon main beam and stay lit whenever the car is in movement. Due to the high temperatures in the rear lower part of the car, special heatproof LEDs are used for the indicator and hazard lights, stoplights and rear lights with a triple arrow optical effect.[17]

Reventón Roadster (2009-)

Lamborghini Reventón Roadster at Frankfurt Autoshow 2009Cars UK reported the production of 9 Lamborghini Reventón Roadsters, with MSRP of €1,200,000. The car would use the engine from Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce.[18] Autocar has since published a report in July 2009 saying that potential buyers have been shown the car - although a Lamborghini spokesman told the publication that reports of the car were "just speculation".[19]

The vehicle was unveiled in 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Production version was set to under 20 units. It has MSRP of €1,100,000.[20]

so here it is in a red colour, and 14 studs wide











the middle with interior











it was a very difficult back but I think it turned out quiete nicely









top views (bird eyes)







DETAILS
here are some details for people that are intrested







and finnaly a shot with some green at the background :-)and a shot with doors ,trunk and hood open









Comments

 I like it 
  April 7, 2012
This is awesome, but u do know that the real ones were all Metallic Grey, right? but its still good. 5/5. P.S. Did u use the aventador pieces? P.P.S. u should show pictures of the engine.
 I like it 
  January 15, 2012
Hiya i love lamborghinis and ive actually been in a few including reving one . the other one is ive been in a aventador they are so nice in human eyes anyway that lambo is really nice and do you mind if you give me a few tips as my names is matty as well!!!
 I like it 
  May 27, 2011
Dude that is awesome. Best Lego Lamborghini.
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  February 19, 2011
I agree with George Arden. I was going to make this car next… but now I can see how hard it is. So I probably won't be building this car soon.
 I like it 
  November 8, 2010
Sweet! I see how hard this is now! The only things I could suggest would be to make the inward sides of the front intakes (or whatever the heck those things are =p) a bit skinnier, and to use darker gray bricks for the engine cover. I like the Reventon, so I can tell you if this is good or bad by simply glancing at it, and I say it is very good.
 I like it 
  April 11, 2010
Cool and nice ride! I like the wheels.
 I like it 
  December 14, 2009
Well done, you managed those curves well on the front and back. The yellow interior was nice too,
 I made it 
  December 9, 2009
Quoting Petr Stuchly i also know we all have limited ammount of bricks and we all have different style of building and different approach and ideas, we have our own solutions and techniques and so on. we work with that what we have. and someone is younger and someone is older. and it's obvious the older builder has more skills, so he has better chance to nail the model to perfection. we reach our skills during the time ;-) how old are you? P.S. i think this is the second best lego reventon i have seen!
I am 13 years old
  December 9, 2009
i also know we all have limited ammount of bricks and we all have different style of building and different approach and ideas, we have our own solutions and techniques and so on. we work with that what we have. and someone is younger and someone is older. and it's obvious the older builder has more skills, so he has better chance to nail the model to perfection. we reach our skills during the time ;-) how old are you? P.S. i think this is the second best lego reventon i have seen!
  December 9, 2009
5/5 this car is hard to build in lego. you bravely took the part and you did quite good job. your representation is much brickier than the real one. but i know you did your best and i tell you if you make it a "guess what" car, everyone would recognize it. it is so good. great idea on the nose ad rear! and also great headlights! they are really precisious and my favourite detail! i didn't mean to shoot you down with this comment. i liked the car over all! it has some unperfect parts and it's slightly bricky... and what? it looks enough like the car to be recognized immediately! and it also has precisious headlights, pionty nose and angry look and sporty rear that looks like rear of f-22. you actually did it man! this is recognizable reventon!
 I like it 
  November 22, 2009
i seriously think that this car is abu jaber quality!!! Well done :)
 I like it 
  November 21, 2009
Sweet car i have made a lamborghini gallardo and will post it up soon! love the reventon its a great car! ill let you know when i post up my lambo! seya
 I like it 
  November 12, 2009
Again, a great job! :-)
 I made it 
  November 11, 2009
Quoting Sean Murphy oh, one more thing, since you made the wheels the way you did you can really just put(jam) the 1x1 circle plates in the black "rim" (use 2 in the color of the calipur and 4 in light grey or shiny) just put tham right into the back of the "rim" and re-place the "rim"
thanks for your advice I really appriciate it
Mattyy 666
 I like it 
Conor McCarthy
  November 10, 2009
cool
  November 10, 2009
oh, one more thing, since you made the wheels the way you did you can really just put(jam) the 1x1 circle plates in the black "rim" (use 2 in the color of the calipur and 4 in light grey or shiny) just put tham right into the back of the "rim" and re-place the "rim"
 I like it 
  November 9, 2009
I looks better than what i would make!
 I like it 
  November 9, 2009
hey, soon i will have a new moc up that you might want to use, if you have the pieces. It will be a specialized wheel design, and i will let you know when it is up on the pages. also you could look at my existing "el cheapo" brake solution. Very nice lambo. :)
 I like it 
  November 9, 2009
I think it´s very good.I´ve never built a Reventon.Because i mean it´s too difficult to makes a good one.But you did a great job.Specially the front and the sideview looks cool.
 I like it 
  November 9, 2009
This is a really great replica of the reventon. Even a bit better than your first Lambo. 5/5!
 
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