This is the brand-new Lamborghini Revuelto, and with 1016 hp, it’s the most powerful raging bull ever made.
The Revuelto was made to replace the iconic Aventador and it’s named after a particularly strong Spanish fighting bull that apparently kept jumping into the crowd.
Not only does it have a naturally aspirated V12, but it’s got three electric motors, making it the first mass-produced hybrid Lamborghini ever made.
Supercar Blondie’s Alex Hirschi got the keys to the Revuelto in Italy this week, check out her review here!
Lamborghini Revuelto Design
The Revuelto wears striking Y-shaped headlights which first debuted on the limited-edition Sián roadster.
And around the back, the Revuelto has a wing that moves depending on which of the 13 driving modes you’re in.
To open the doors, all you have to do is put your thumb on a little sensor and they pop open.
Otherwise, if you like your manual controls, it also has a hidden door handle.
The scissor doors open to an all-new interior too.
Not only does the Revuelto have three screens, one in the center, one in front of the driver and a third in front of the passenger, they’re also super high-tech.
With the swipe of two fingers, you can actually move widgets between each screen.
You can also set and save the temperature for both winter and summer months and the car will automatically remember your preferences.
While lots of companies are moving towards the V8 or V6, Lamborghini is sticking to the V12.
And to celebrate the V12, they removed the glass over the engine bay to make it more visible.
The Revuelto also has three electric motors, one at the back and two at each front wheel.
This car can go from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in just 2.5 seconds and go on to a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph).
When in all-electric mode, you can drive the Revuelto in total silence.
And when the car senses you’re running low on battery, the engine will turn on automatically, and recharge the battery in just six minutes.
The launch of the V12 hybrid supercar celebrates the Italian carmaker‘s 60th anniversary year and also marks the brand’s transition to an all-electric brand by 2024.
The Lamborghini Revuelto will arrive as a 2024 model and will go on sale before the end of the year.
While the brand hasn’t yet confirmed a price for the new supercar, it has hinted it will cost around the $500,000 mark.