With an exterior modeled after the fastest airplanes in the world, the Lamborghini Reventon raced a Panavia Tornado fighter plane after its debut at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. Reventon is named after a fighting bull that was raised by the Don Heriberto Rodriguez family, which killed the famous bullfighter Felix Guzman in 1943. The name means ‘he who is about to burst’ in Spanish, and with a top speed of 356 km/h, bursting is hardly an exaggeration. Only 20 were ever released for sale to the public with the serial number stamped between the driver’s and passenger’s seats. New, these hyper-tuned coupés sold for €1,000,000, but the final one was sold in late 2008. Fortunately, on JamesEdition, you can buy of these extremely rare cars used at a competitive price. This mid-engined sports car would make a handsome addition to the speed aficionado's garage. Otherwise, the only way to view one up close and personal is to see a Reventon laid up at the Lamborghini Museum.