Lamborghini fans were eagerly waiting for the most anticipated replacement of the Aventador. It’s finally here, the all-new Lamborghini Revuelto and it’s the hybrid hypercar.
Lamborghini decided to introduce something that everyone’s doing in the vehicle world, with the V12 and their signature exterior design.
The name might sound unique because it’s after the bull that was fought in Barcelona in 1880.
After 12 years Aventador has finally a successor. Believe it or not, it’s a big turning point for Lamborghini, why? Because after this every Lamborghini will follow this path as it’s electrified in some way.
Lamborghini Revuelto – A Successor’s Entry
First and foremost the performance. Here in Revuelto, you get a 6.5 liter naturally aspirated V12, it might be surprising to see this right because as mentioned it’s a plug-in hybrid car. But here electrified part is less efficient.
Lamborghini Revuelto’s own tweaked V21 on it produces 814 brake horsepower and screams up to a 9500-rpm redline.
To have a perfect speed, the engine itself is 17 kilograms lighter than the one you get on the Aventador.
The exterior looks impressive in every way, it’s the most aggressive look you get to see in the Lamborghini and the usage of carbon fiber makes it lighter.
The front blends the big-nosed Murcielago with the hips of a Diablo. Another interesting thing that captures the fan’s attention is, the scissor doors and wedge shape come from the Countach.
The orange bumper wraps around and you got these sort of Predator-style fangs underneath.
You also get the 21-inch wheel at the front and 22 inches at the back with the latest generation ceramic disc.
At the back, Lamborghini brings back the drama, its long tail tapering towards the rear and it does look like a beast.
In the mid, you get the two twin exhaust pipes right in the center and complimenting the whole back design.
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Lamborghini Revuelto – Not An Ordinary Interior
The interior of the Lamborghini Revuelto is sporty and modern, but not like others out there. Because with having two cockpit seats, it still has more space than any other automobile.
You get four rotors on the steering wheel that control drive modes, and additional buttons activate the turn signals as well as initiate the launch control.
In Revuelto, you don’t get the digital infotainment that other Lambo interfaces.
It comes with an 8.4-inch infotainment touchscreen that handles much of the vehicle’s controls, including climate functions, but there’s also a 9.1-inch screen on the passenger-side dash.
Lamborghini says the Revuelto has more headroom and legroom than the Aventador, which shouldn’t be difficult.
Is it the best alternative to Aventador? Going through every aspect of the Revuelto it does fall in the court of best alternate as the successor.