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Development of the new Lamborghini Revuelto

Development of the new Lamborghini Revuelto


The Lamborghini Revuelto is the long-awaited successor to the famous Aventador which was introduced back in 2011, it took Automobili Lamborghini SpA about 12 years to finally come up with a suitable replacement for their most popular V12 ever, and the Revuelto is another milestone in the 60 years of Lamborghini, this is the first production hybrid V12 from Sant’Agata, sure we had the Sian and the Countach LPI 800-4 with their supercapacitor, but those were both limited edition models, the Revuelto is not limited, it’s a regular production model, and while we won’t be seeing any client cars being delivered before the end of 2023 or early 2024, we’ll be seeing a lot of press and dealer demonstrator cars over the upcoming months, when we see photos and videos from the Linea Revuelto in Sant’Agata, it is obvious production is in full swing as we speak.

It also became evident that Lamborghini is intending to build 200 ‘first edition’ Revuelto versions, for those clients that want to have a very early allocation of their model, but that comes with a catch, you’ll have to stick to one of eight predetermined configurations, you do not get the choice of options, just select one of the eight colors proposed, and which each shade comes a certain set of options as fixed, and just so you know, going for the beautiful Viola Pasifea will come with the most extensive option package available, showing lots of carbon fiber both inside and outside, which makes it the most expensive version of the ‘first edition’ configurations.

But let us take a look at what Lamborghini had been doing over the last few years during the development of the brand-new Revuelto:



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