Lamborghini Revuelto launched in India, priced at Rs 8.89 crore

Kenneth John Published: December 06, 2023, 04:17 PM IST

Earlier this year, Lamborghini revealed the Aventador's successor in the form of the Lamborghini Revuelto. The Revuelto is a series production offering that also happens to be a plug-in hybrid, which is a big step forward for the Italian supercar company. The car has now officially been launched in India at a starting price of Rs 8.89 crore and will be sold alongside the Huracan and the extremely successful Urus SUV.

Lamborghini Revuelto: Engine and Performance

The Revuelto is powered by Lamborghini's new 6.5-litre mid-mounted L545 engine, which is the company's lightest and most powerful 12-cylinder engine, weighing only 218kg. The engine generates 825PS and 725Nm of torque. The engine has a redline speed of 9,500 rpm.

There are also three electric motors (two controlling the front wheels) and a battery pack, yet the car is still as light as 1,772kg owing to minor changes throughout, such as a reworked monocoque structure and the elimination of the drive shaft.

The Revuelto produces a total of 1,015PS. An 8-speed dual-clutch transmission replaces the Aventador's single-clutch/AMT transmission. The sprint from 0 to 100kmph is said to take 2.5 seconds, with a peak speed of 350kmph.

Lamborghini Revuelto: Design and Interior

The Revuelto is unmistakably recognizable as a Lamborghini, and some may even draw comparisons with the Aventador. But if you look closely, you'll notice that the Revuelto draws inspiration from the Sian and Centenario. The recognizable aspects include the Y-shaped LED DRLs as well as the LED taillights.

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.

Inside, you'll discover a new dash arrangement that appears to be inspired by a spaceship, as well as a passenger display that can be customized via a simple widget on the main infotainment screen. The underlying software is also believed to be more responsive.

A 12.3-inch digital cockpit, an 8.4-inch centre display, and a 9.1-inch passenger-side display compose the infotainment system. The Revuelto will also be the first Lamborghini to have a sophisticated driver-assist system driven by cameras, radar, and other sensors. These include active lane departure warnings, adaptive cruise control, lane change warnings, and rear cross-traffic alarms.

Lamborghini India has announced that they have managed to secure a small share of allocations for the all-new Revuelto and the first delivery is set to take place in the coming weeks. In terms of rivals, seems like the Ferrari SF90 will be the only vehicle to directly rival the Revuelto.

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