One-off Lambo Reventon

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by F50Fanatic, May 20, 2011.

  1. #1 F50Fanatic, May 20, 2011
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    lol, wtf

    http://www.gtspirit.com/2011/05/19/overkill-lamborghini-aventador-in-steel/

    In the past we've seen several overkill creations that were built out of nothing. This time the donor car was a 1995 Nissan Cefiro transformed into a Lamborghini Reventon look-a-like, at least that's what they tried.

    It is for sure that the creator lost the essence of what a Lamborghini should be, light and fast. A complete steel construction with a 2.0 four-cylinder turbo engine will probably give this car a 0-100km/h sprinttime of just... 15 seconds.
     
  2. before anyone asks, no I dont like it.
     
  3. #$%#ing madmax up in here
     
  4. Whatever.
     
  5. I need this for public lobbies in Forza.
     
  6. its better
     
  7. +1 for the effort.
     
  8. "it is for sure that the creator lost the essence of what a Lamborghini should be"

    lol dumbass sperglord this dude porbably makes like $12 a year
     
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  11. With the right paint job it would look like just like a reventon.
     
  12. Steel>Carbon Fiber
     
  13. #$%# off 20k youre not welcome
     
  14. seriously, too easy.
     
  15. jealous ?
     
  16. #20 F50Fanatic, Jun 21, 2011
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    It's now gone.

    http://www.gtspirit.com/2011/06/20/chinese-lamborghini-reventon-clone-confiscated-by-local-police/

    Do you remember the Chinese Lamborghini Reventon clone? Last month we wrote about the Asian project with a budget of only 14,000 dollars and the chassis of a Japanese Nissan Bluebird sedan as a basis. In just one month, the project has been finished. The clone has been painted black and equipped with some final touches.

    The owner decided to take it for a ride, but the trip was quickly spoiled by the police. The car was registered as a Bluebird, but in the end looked completely different. Next to that, the car lacked license plates. As a result, the police decided to confiscate the car from the owner and issued him a fine of 500 yuan ($ 77 or € 54), as well he should restore the original look of the vehicle in accordance with the documents.
     
  17. ROFL!!! God bless the police!!!
     
  18. loling so hard rightn ow
    wow
    the real life clear slider
     
  19. Looks better than that Veno thing.
     
  20. +1 for the effort on building a piece of shit copy of a piece of shit.
     

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