Lamborghini’s new flagship model, the Revuelto, was unveiled a few weeks ago at Sant’Agatha. They call it the first V12 super sport hybrid HPEV (High Performance Electrified Vehicle). Find all the details of the car in our presentation article with the photos of the press release.
Today we take a close look at the exterior and interior design details of the car, in person. We had the opportunity to spend some quality time with a pre-series model in the new “Arancio Apodis” color. There is also a 2nd launch color for the Revuelto which is called “Giallo Countach” which was seen on the production line, of course photos were strictly prohibited in this area.
Lamborghini Revuelto Exterior
These first Revuelto were presented to selected customers around the world and at public events. The production line is ramping up, although currently still in the pre-series production phase. The dynamic launch of the Revuelto is yet to come later this year.
“The Revuelto is adrenaline made visible,” says Mitja Borkert, Head of Design at Lamborghini. “The design of the new Lamborghini Revuelto opens a fascinating door into the future of our unique design language. At first glance, Revuelto is an intriguing next-generation Lamborghini V12, with all lines embracing the monocoque and celebrating a free sight to the V12 HPEV powertrain.
The rear is a tribute to the hybrid V12. The fully exposed longitudinal engine highlights the mechanical heart of the Revuelto, linking it visually to the double hexagonal exhaust surmounted by the geometrically profiled wing, framed by optical blocks with Y-shaped light signatures. The “Y” is also the hallmark hallmark of the driver-focused interior design, influenced by the “feel like a driver” philosophy.
The steering wheel was inspired by the racing world and the experience of the Essenza SCV12. The four rotors on the spokes are used to select both the drive modes and the car’s lift system and rear wing tilt. The intuitive design of the cockpit and controls offers a distinctive Lamborghini feel: buttons are used to activate the turn signals and launch control among other functions, while allowing the driver to maintain an optimal grip on the steering wheel at all times.
Photos by photographer GTspirit David Kaiser