Jump to content

MyCarForum Logo
Search
Magnifying glass

SEARCH

1

Mini Reventon

By SYF77 on 26 Aug 2010

Attached Image: Rev1.jpg

If you couldn't afford a full scaled Lamborghini Reventón, which could cost you more than an arm or a leg in Singapore, you may wish to get your hands on this officially licensed Radio Controlled version.

Built by De Agostini, the 1:10 scale car has more features than some production models. Highlights include a two-stroke 3cc petrol engine, a two-speed transmission, and permanent four-wheel drive. For "optimum road holding", designers installed an independent suspension, hydraulic shocks, and disc brakes.

Pricing information has not been released yet but do expect it to be pricier than the common Tamiya RC cars. Production of this mini Reventon will be limited to 65 units.

Attached Image: Rev2.jpg

Attached Image: Rev3.jpg



lamborghini, reventon and 2 more...

Viewed: 544 times

Related Blog Posts
SYF77
Written by SYF77
I have been a car fanatic since 1989, when my father was changing our family car then to a Toyota Corolla 1.6 GL fitted with a Twin Cam 16 valve engine that was carburetor-fed, a big deal back in those days. The automobile technology and industry fascinates me and I hope to broadcast these interesting developments to everyone out there through this blog.



  • 1
Zaxx Aug 26 2010 07:18 PM
Thought you were talking abt the brand mini
  • 1
 
Car Makes

Please select a car make

Facebook Likes
   Featured Blog Post
Photo
The guide, while not mandatory, comes amid rising car complaints, mainly about defects. It is dev...
POPULAR BLOG POSTS
Photo
Can Honda's complex hybrid supercar match the purity and focus of the legendary NSX-R? DriveT...
Photo
Many use the terms ‘powersliding’ and ‘drifting’ interchangeably but do not realise that they ar...
Photo
Private-hire cars, unlike taxis, must carry seats for babies and children under 1.35m tall, accor...
Photo
With the Geneva Motor Show opening very soon, photos of the new Honda Civic Type R have made thei...
Photo
Volkswagen chairman Herbert Diess says that the brand will not be producing engines smaller than...
   Lifestyle Articles