If you're a member of the plutocracy and you missed out on the chance to buy the rarest of Lamborghinis--the one-off Aventador J that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show last March--then this might assuage your regret: A very rare Lamborghini Reventon supercar has just been made available to the highest bidder.
One of only 20 units produced by the Italian supercar maker, the Reventon is being auctioned off by H& H Classics at the Motorexpo in London, which will be staged from June 11 to 17. According to the auction house, it expects the rare supercar to fetch more than £1 million (over P68 million).
The Reventon was revealed to the public for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2007, and despite commanding an asking price of €1 million (nearly P56 million) then, all 20 examples were pre-sold before the car had even been unveiled. Powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine with an output of 650hp, the carbon-fiber-clad Reventon can run the zero-to-100kph sprint in just 3.4 seconds before reaching a top speed of 340kph, "ensuring the car has more than enough pace to live up to its stunning F-22 Raptor jet fighter-inspired body."