Lamborghini Revuelto launched in India 

Saneet Dsilva
Lamborghini’s new flagship has been launched in India at Rs 8.89 crore.

Lamborghini has introduced its latest flagship model, the Revuelto, after a 12-year run of the Aventador. The vehicle has now made its way to the Indian shore, with an initial price starting at Rs. 8.89 cr (ex-showroom). Sadly, Lamborghini is unlikely to accept new reservations for this flagship, as it had previously declared the model as sold out until 2026. Nevertheless, Lamborghini India has secured a limited number of allocations, and the initial deliveries are anticipated in the coming weeks before the year concludes.

The Italian marque’s hybrid supercar features a naturally aspirated V12 engine, accompanied by electric motors and a battery pack. The 6.5-litre V12 engine produces 825PS and 725Nm of torque, coupled with three high density electric motors and a 3.8kWh lithium-ion battery pack, resulting in a combined output of 1,015PS. The power is transmitted to all four wheels via an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, enabling the Revuelto to achieve a claimed 0-100kph time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed exceeding 350kph. The Hybrid Power Electric Vehicle (HPEV) offers 13 driving modes, including an EV-only mode with a 10km range and a top speed of 140kmph.

The distinctive Lamborghini design identity is evident in the Revuelto, featuring sharp, edgy elements inspired by the Lamborghini Sian and Terzo Millennio. Y-shaped motifs are prevalent, from the headlights and air intakes to the high-mounted hexagonal-shaped exhausts which look straight out of a fighter jet.

Remaining true to Lamborghini’s flagship tradition, the Revuelto showcases scissor doors. However, the interior is a fresh departure, incorporating a Carbon Fibre Mono Fuselage. The focal point is an 8.4-inch vertical touchscreen, complemented by a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 9.1-inch passenger-side display, both capable of simultaneously displaying identical information. The integration of these three screens has led to the reduction of physical buttons, except for those on the steering wheel.

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