Is the Lamborghini Revuelto a worthy successor to the iconic Aventador?
To be fair, the Italian automaker knows a thing or two about creating legendary sports cars.
And with the Revuelto, not only have they created the brand’s first plug-in hybrid – they’ve created the most powerful plug-in hybrid available to buy.
But before getting into how many horses are under its hood, let’s first talk about its design.
The Lamborghini Revuelto wears striking Y-shaped headlights which first debuted on the limited-edition Sián roadster.
Around the back, the Revuelto has a wing that moves depending on which of the 13 driving modes you select.
To open the supercar’s doors, all you have to do is put your thumb on a little sensor and they pop open.
But, if you’re a fan of manual controls, there are also hidden door handles to open the scissor doors.
Step inside, and you’ll find that the Lamborghini Revuelto sports an all-new interior.
Not only does the Revuelto have three screens – one in the center as well as one each for both the passenger and driver – but they’re also super high-tech.
What’s really neat is, 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.
How cool is that?!
Now for the all-important bit – how many ponies it’s got.
While the vast majority of companies are moving towards V8 or V6, Lamborghini is sticking to the V12, which is music to our ears.
And to celebrate the V12, they’ve removed the glass over the engine bay to make it more visible.
The Lamborghini Revuelto also has three electric motors, two on each corner at the front and one at the back.
Pumping out a whopping 1,016 horsepower, it’s the most powerful raging bull ever made.
This supercar is capable of accelerating from 0-100 km/h (0-62mph) in just 2.5 seconds, going on to a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph).
Pop the Revuelto into all-electric mode, and you can drive in complete silence.
And when the car senses the battery’s running low, that monstrous V12 will power up, recharging the battery in just six minutes.
So, how much is the most powerful plug-in hybrid available to buy going to set you back?
The Revuelto comes with a base price of $604,000 – but even if you’ve got that kind of money, you’ll have to wait, as the supercar is sold out for the next two years.
That’s just to base price, too, with a number of crazy configuration options available to bump the price up even further.
If you can’t wait that long, though, you could always keep your eyes peeled for one on the second-hand market when they start to arrive in 2024.