Lamborghini Revuelto breaks cover as the successor of the Aventador
The Lamborghini Aventador was quite easily the most loved poster car of the last decade and with news of the car finally reaching the end of its production line, the people over at Lamborghini knew that its successor had to be something out of this world. Enter the Lamborghini Revuelto. A V12-powered supercar featuring a hybrid system and similar sharp aesthetics much like its predecessor.
Let's get straight into it, the new 6.5-litre mid-mounted L545 engine is Lamborghini's lightest and most powerful 12-cylinder engine, weighing only 218kg. The engine produces 825PS and 725Nm of torque. The engine can redline up to 9,500rpm.
Then, there are 3 e-motors - one in the back and one at each front tire and are driven by a 3.8kWh battery pack located in the car's central tunnel, which is small by EV standards but should provide enough power to propel the Revuelto for up to 10 km.
The Revuelto has a total power output of 1,015PS. The Aventador's single-clutch/AMT unit is replaced by an 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The 0 to 100kmph sprint is claimed to be in 2.5 seconds and the top speed is 350kmph.
Lamborghini incorporated design cues from the past, such as the vertically opening scissor doors of the 1971 Countach, the Diablo's floating blade on the rear fender, and the muscularity and slanted front of the Murciélago. A Y-shaped element may be seen in the LED DRLs, tail lights, side body panels, interiors, and a variety of other places. At first sight, it appears to have the same stance and overall proportions as the Aventador, even though practically every inch of it is new.
Most of the design work has also focused on aero efficiency, with the Revuelto's front aerodynamic load increasing by 33 percent and the rear load increasing by 74 percent when compared to the Aventador Ultimae.
The infotainment system comprises a 12.3-inch digital cockpit, an 8.4-inch centre display, and a 9.1-inch passenger-side display. In addition, the Revuelto will be the first Lamborghini to have a comprehensive sophisticated driver-assist system powered by cameras, radar, and other sensors. Active lane departure warnings, adaptive cruise control, lane change warnings, and rear cross-traffic alerts are all included.
Revuelto owners may check the car's status, including the fuel level, battery charge, electric range, and location, using Lamborghini's Unica smartphone app.
The new Revuelto will directly rival its Italian counterpart, the Ferrari SF90 and we look forward to seeing this new raging bull reach Indian shores very soon.
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