Lamborghini Revuelto Unveiled As Aventador Replacement

Lamborghini Revuelto Unveiled As Aventador Replacement

The Revuelto, a new supercar from Italian automaker Lamborghini that will take the place of the Aventador, has been introduced. Spanish meaning “scrambled,” the term “Revuelto” alludes to the vehicle’s high-performance characteristics.

The V12 engine in the Revuelto has an output of over 800 horsepower, which is greater than the Aventador’s 770 horsepower. 

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The vehicle is anticipated to have a top speed of more than 350 km/h and an acceleration time of only 2.5 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h.

The car’s design has also undergone considerable revisions by Lamborghini, and is now more aggressive and aerodynamic than before. Because it is made of carbon fiber, the car’s body is both light and sturdy.

The Revuelto’s interior has a driver-focused minimalist design, a cutting-edge infotainment system, and a digital dashboard.

The vehicle also has a number of driver assistance functions, including as automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning.

The Revuelto, according to Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann, is “the ultimate manifestation of our brand’s DNA” and marks a new chapter in the company’s history. 

The vehicle “combines the most advanced technologies with the highest level of performance and design,” he continued.

Prices for the Revuelto start at about $500,000. Just a limited quantity will be made available. Lamborghini has already begun taking bookings for the vehicle, which is scheduled to go on sale in late 2023.

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The Revuelto has huge shoes to fill because the Aventador has historically been one of Lamborghini’s most well-liked cars. 

The Italian manufacturer is optimistic that the new supercar will surpass expectations and establish a new standard for both performance and design, though.

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