As Lamborghini is on the brink of unveiling its new flagship V12 supercar to replace the Aventador we take a look at some of our favourite mental limited edition Lambos.
Lamborghini Reventon, the limited-edition supercar, is a beast of a machine that petrolheads can’t get enough of. With only 20 produced and sold to the public, this car is truly special.
The exterior of the Reventon is spectacularly unique, featuring sharp angles and an aerodynamic shape. The front end is defined by its intimidating headlights and powerful hood lines that run down to a sharp nose. And it doesn't end there! Along the sides of the car, you'll find air scoops that give it an aggressive yet sporty look. On top of all this, the Reventon has an eye-catching matte gray paint job with orange detailing- making it stand out from any other Lamborghini on the street.
Underneath all this beauty lies a powerful V12 engine that generates 650 horsepower and 487 lb-ft of torque, allowing you to reach speeds up to 211 mph with 0-60 acceleration in 3 seconds. This power also allows you to make quick passing maneuvers and zoom away from slower traffic. If all that isn't enough for you, The Reventon also features ceramic composite brakes which allow for incredible stopping power no matter how fast you're going.
Inside the car, you'll find leather and alcantara seating with orange stitching for added detail; as well as a digital dash display which shows important information such as speed, rpm’s and engine temperature in real time . As if that wasn’t enough – The Reventon also features an audio system with 5 speakers placed strategically around the cabin, letting you enjoy your favourite tunes while driving your dream car!
The Lamborghini Sian is powered by a 6.5L V12 engine and boasts a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. It also features advanced aerodynamic design and construction, giving it excellent handling and performance capabilities. To top it all off, the Sian comes with an impressive set of features such as adaptive suspension, active rear steering, ceramic brakes, and more. These features help make it one of the most technologically advanced cars currently on the market.
In terms of aesthetics, the Lamborghini Sian special edition is simply breath-taking. It features a sleek black finish with red accents throughout that makes it stand out from other cars on the road. The exterior has been designed to be both aerodynamic and stylish, helping this car look as good as it performs. Inside, drivers will find an interior that is comfortable yet luxurious; with plush leather seating and plenty of high-tech gadgets for entertainment purposes.
The Lamborghini Veneno special edition is an awe-inspiring supercar that will have petrolheads drooling. Built to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary in 2013, the Veneno has been described as an “automobili da sogno” or “dream car.”
The exterior of the car is truly stunning. It has a sleek design, with sharply angled curves and an aerodynamic look that ensures it stands out from the crowd. The car also features a unique carbon fiber body and wheels, making it incredibly lightweight and agile.
Underneath the hood, the Veneno holds a 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 750 horsepower and 507 lb-ft of torque. This engine is capable of propelling the car from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds, making it one of the fastest production cars in the world. Additionally, the Veneno features all-wheel drive technology for superior handling and stability on any road surface.
The interior of this special edition model features luxurious amenities like heated leather seats, cutting-edge technology such as navigation systems with real-time updates, and cutting edge infotainment systems for streaming music and other media services. Moreover, passengers are treated to an exhilarating ride experience with its soundproof cabin and active suspension system that provides a smooth ride even at high speeds.
There are a few other special edition Lambos like the Centenario or the Countach remake, but we picked out the 3 which have stood out most to us, which one is your favourite?