When you paid millions to get a car, you paid that price because you love the car and there is nothing you will change about it. Or at least this is what we thought! Apparently, a car like theLamborghini Reventon, with only 20 units in the world, needs to be improved! How? With a new set of wheels from ADV1.

We do not say that this ones don’t look amazing, they do, but not for the Reventon. The Reventon looks amazing with its original wheels, the opaque ones made with carbon fiber insertions!

So, would you change the wheels of your Reventon?


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  (359) posted on 02.20.2011

They have a product, we need it. It’s that simple. And NO, they were not responsible for driving the price of oil up, it was the American speculators that made a fortune by manipulating the markets.

  (211) posted on 02.20.2011

Every time a wealthy Arab shows off his car most of the comments on this site focus on how they don’t deserve it and how we Americans give them the money to buy these cars.

  (1022) posted on 04.12.2010

Yes, the front intake and vents looks very mean that separates it from the other Lambo and ferrari.

  (1332) posted on 04.11.2010

This is one hell of a super car looks very aggressive than Ferrari and Porsche.

  (341) posted on 04.7.2010

Well, I might change the wheels of my Reventon (ok, when I get to have one) but I think that I will still consider a lot of other options for the wheels or at least get a customized one. If I get to own a Reventon then it must mean that some rich dude left one with the keys in it some place or I won the lottery. If I get to it with the second option, then paying for a customized mugs and wheels will not be that difficult or unreachable.

  (58) posted on 04.7.2010

The stock ones look more fitting...I would not bolt on any aftermarkets on a Lambo or Ferrari for that matter.

  (868) posted on 04.7.2010

That depends; putting new rims on a rare exotic is an intelligent choice if you keep the original rims in storage and plan to use the car as an investment and/or show car. That way, all the curbing and road damage that would normally have happened to the original wheels will be inflicted upon the aftermarket ones, so when you go to a show or it comes time to sell your car, you reinstall the original rims, which remain in flawless condition.

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