The Reventón flashed to the front door of the Lamborghini headquarters, and although it looks stealthy, functionally it is quite the opposite—you hear it long before you see it. I checked out the new aeronautic touches, like a display option for the gauges that mimics the cockpit of a fighter jet. Lamborghini also introduced a G-force meter which displays drive forces–longitudinal acceleration during acceleration or braking and transversal acceleration around bends–and projects them onto a 3-D grid above the tachometer.
Heatproof LEDs are used for brake and indicator lights on the back because of the proximity to the engine. And speaking of the engine—it’s impossible to ignore, since it consumes practically all of the rear and is auspiciously visible through the glass “hood.”