Lamborghini’s new V12 Hypercar comes with high six-figure price tag, even without added extras

Best to start saving stat.
  • Those wanting a Revuelto will have to start saving their pennies.
  • The base model is six figures, but Lamborghini buyers rarely settle for a stock car.
  • The cost of modifying one of these hypercars will raise the price tag significantly.

Published on Nov 1, 2023 at 4:24PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 3, 2023 at 4:11PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
Lamborghini’s new Revuelto comes with high six figure price tag, even without added extras

There is a lot of hype around the Lamborghini Revuelto.

The manufacturer’s first V12 hybrid will be available next year.

Fans of the Italian cars will have to start saving their pennies.

And with this price tag, you could be saving for a while.

READ MORE: Behind the wheel of the most powerful raging bull ever made – the Lamborghini Revuelto

To celebrate its 60th birthday, Lamborghini launched the hypercar of all hypercars.

It has a naturally aspirated V12 along with three electric motors, making it the first mass-produced hybrid the manufacturer has ever made. 

The base price of one of these is $604,363.

While most people would find spending over half a million dollars on a car excessive, Lamborghini owners are famously extra.

So it’s unlikely anyone who has the money for one of these would settle for a stock-standard model.

Lamborghini has made it easy for potential buyers to add a few extra numbers to their bill.

First, you can choose the larger tires.

You can upgrade to 21-inch front and 22-inch rear Bridgestone Potenza wheels.

The bigger tires look cool but have less grip than standard rubber.

Plus they decrease the ride quality.

So it depends if you value looks over performance.

Next, you could choose a different paint job.

For those who don’t want their Lambo in the iconic shade of yellow, there are 400 other hues to choose from.

But it’ll cost you.

Inside there are over 40 different trim codes.

Buyers can customize everything from the leather trim of the floor mats to the color of the seatbelts.

We won’t know how much the extras will cost until the car is released next year.

But for many, the chance to get their hands on a piece of Lamborghini history is worth the hefty price tag.

Those who have been lucky enough to test drive it have deemed the Revuelto as out of this world.

Anyone eager to own this supercar will have to wait though.

The Reveulto is sold out already.

For the next two years.

We’ll just have to hang on to the cash until then.

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