Lamborghini Revuelto unveiled; Brand's new V12 flagship supercar

Lamborghini states that deliveries of the Revuelto will begin sometime by the end of this year.

Lamborghini has taken the wraps off its all-new V12 flagship supercar, the Revuelto.

The new Lamborghini Revuelto is a successor to the Aventador, which has been on sale for 13 years. Like its predecessors, the new flagship supercar is powered by a V12 engine and carries forward the sharp and edgy design theme. Stephan Winkelmann, CEO & Chairman of Automobili Lamborghini, stated that the Revuelto would be the brand's halo product for the next decade.

The new Lamborghini Revuelto comes powered by a new 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12, which on its own produces 825 BHP @ 9,250 rpm and 725 Nm @ 6,750 rpm. This is further paired with three electric motors, two at the front and one at the rear, which with the engine offer a combined power output of 1,001 BHP across all four wheels. The hybrid powertrain is paired with a new 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The new powertrain allows the Revuelto to accelerate from 0 - 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 217 mph (349.2 km/h). The supercar also has a 3.8 kWh battery pack housed within the transmission tunnel, which offers an EV-only range of 6 miles (10 km).

The new Revuelto gets an all-new carbon-fibre mono-fuselage, which includes the front structure along with the bodywork. This helps the supercar reduce weight while improving its torsional stiffness.

In terms of design, the Lamborghini Revuelto carries forward the sharp, edgy design, this time with Y-shaped elements all around. This includes the LED DRLs up front, LED lights at the rear and the air intakes for the engine. Other styling elements include a large diffuser at the rear, high-mounted hexagonal-shaped exhaust tips, large 20-inch alloys up front and 21-inch wheels at the rear and a large rear wing, which can be set in three different configurations. The Revuelto also continues to get the scissor doors like its predecessors.

Inside, the Revuelto continues with the Y-shaped theme with an all-new dashboard. The supercar features a lot of carbon fibre as standard all around the cabin, a 12.3-inch fully-digital instrument cluster, an 8.4-inch vertical touchscreen infotainment unit and a 9.1-inch horizontal passenger-side display. The car also gets a brand-new steering wheel, with multiple controls, including knobs to shuffle through the 13 driving modes. There is also plenty of other connected tech on offer as well, including ADAS.

While there is no word on the pricing yet, Lamborghini states that deliveries of the Revuelto will begin sometime by the end of this year.

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