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Lamborghini Unveils Its New Flagship Supercar, the Revuelto

Lamborghini says the Revuelto is 61 percent more efficient than the Aventador Ultimae

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Aditya Saikrishna
Aditya Saikrishna
I am 21 years old and an avid Motorsports enthusiast.

ITALY: The Italian automaker Lamborghini has introduced its latest flagship supercar, the Revuelto, a two-seat hypercar that it describes as the “near future” of high-performance motoring. 

A 6.5-litre V12 engine powers the new car, augmented by three electric motors, which combine to generate 1,001 horsepower. 

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An eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox transmits the power to all four wheels. The car has 13 drive modes, including an all-electric mode with a range of approximately six miles.

The Revuelto can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds, hit 124 mph in less than 7 seconds, and reach a top speed of over 217 mph. 

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The car features a new monocoque chassis incorporating a fully carbon fibre front structure, a design that Lamborghini claims is a first. 

The automaker has said that the Revuelto is 61% more efficient than its predecessor, the Aventador Ultimae, and generates 66% more downforce in high-load situations.

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The Revuelto’s design represents a new language for Lamborghini, with the automaker using a “Y” motif to create a futuristic, aircraft-inspired look. 

The car’s body includes angular lines and hexagonal patterns at the rear for the exhaust outlets. 

The interior also features the “Y” motif, with three digital screens providing the driver and co-pilot with vital vehicle information. 

The passenger’s screen also displays climate functions, navigation, and music selection, allowing the driver to concentrate on the road. 

The car comes in 400 different colour choices for the exterior and a combination of various leathers and microfiber for the upholstery.

Lamborghini has said it is committed to being more environmentally friendly with the Revuelto, with new and more efficient manufacturing processes. 

The automaker has also combined various types of leather with microfiber made from recycled polyester for the car’s interior upholstery.

The Revuelto is the successor to the Aventador, which had been in production for over a decade. 

The car is a plug-in hybrid and the company’s first step towards electrification. Lamborghini has not revealed the price of the Revuelto or when it will be available for sale, but it is expected to be a limited-edition model, with Lamborghini producing only a few hundred cars.

The introduction of the Revuelto is a significant event for Lamborghini, which has built a reputation for creating some of the world’s most powerful and exotic supercars. 

The company’s move towards electrification demonstrates its commitment to sustainability, while the car’s unique design and technology ensure that it remains a true Lamborghini.

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