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Lamborghini Reventon Powerplant – Lamborghini super car wallpaper

(Lamborghini Diablo) A special run of twelve Diablo VT models was produced exclusively for the United States market in 1999 and called the Alpine Edition. As the Diablo had been utilising Alpine stereo equipment since its inception, this very limited production was intended to showcase and celebrate the Lamborghini/Alpine collaboration. The Alpine Edition was a standard Diablo VT with no engine modifications but having carbon fibre trim in various locations, but the big news was the multimedia system. The stereo receiver was the top-end CVA-1005 model, with integrated navigation system; also included in the package was a DVD player, 6-disc CD changer, and Alpine’s top quality tweeters, midrange drivers, and subwoofers, powered by “Lamborghini” badged Alpine amplifiers. Alpine logos adorned the seat headrests, floor mats, and the special car cover included with this rare model. sportscar wallpaper, super car, sportscars wallpaper, Lamborghini Diablo wallpapers, gallardo lamborghini

(Lamborghini Reventon)Powerplant
The engine is the same taken from the Murci?lago LP640 6,496 cc (6.5 L; 396.4 cu in) V12 now upgraded to 650 PS (641 bhp; 478 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 660 N?m (487 lb?ft) at 6,000 rpm of torque. The car accelerates from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.4 seconds and a maximum speed of over 340 km/h (211 mph).

Production
The first car went to a Lamborghini dealership in Las Vegas, and was allegedly sold to Khalid Abdul Rahim of Bahrain.

On 21 November 2008, Lamborghini announced the delivery of the last Lamborghini Revent?n to a British customer of the official Midlands dealer, Lamborghini Birmingham. However, CarsUK’s later report disputed the official claim, and revealed that the car No.20 was delivered to Lamborghini Houston, as were two other cars. Lamborghini Reventon wallpapers#LamborghiniHuracan #LamborghiniHuracan #LamborghiniMurcielago #LamborghiniHuracan #gallardo

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