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Lamborghini Celebrates 60th Anniversary With Revuelto V-12 PHEV That Will Scramble Your Brain

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In both an homage to its long, distinctive brand heritage and a nod to the way forward, Lamborghini is celebrating its 60th anniversary by unveiling the 2024 Revuelto, the Italian marque’s first plug-in hybrid supercar. The Revuelto will make a system total of 1,001 horsepower via three electric motors and a 6.5-liter V-12.

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The Revuelto (Spanish for “scrambled”) replaces the Aventador as Lambo’s flagship model. That’s evident with its exterior styling, which maintains the low-slung wedge shape that has defined Lamborghini cars over the years, though it has a longer hood that stretches to the front of the car. Also up front are a carbon-fiber splitter, hooded LED headlights and Y-shaped daytime running lights derived from the limited-run Sian FKP 37. The side profile is distinguished by massive air intakes behind the doors. Out back are Y-shaped LED taillights, a transparent cover over the engine, a large active rear wing and a dual hexagonal-shaped exhaust.

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Speaking of that engine, the 2024 Revuelto comes with a mid-mounted 814-hp, naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 that works with three electric motors and a 3.8-kilowatt-hour battery pack, which can recharge within 30 minutes. Combined system output is a modest 1,001 hp, but the amount of power on hand depends on which drive mode the Revuelto is in. An urban-focused Citta (City) mode allows for electric-only driving and 178 hp, while Strada and Sport modes increase the amount of available power to 874 and 895 hp, respectively. Drivers looking to access the powertrain’s full potential will need to switch to Corsa mode. An eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, a brand first, and all-wheel drive are standard. Lamborghini claims this setup allows the 2024 Revuelto to make the sprint to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds and hit a top speed of about 217 mph.

Inside, the Revuelto gives occupants more headroom, legroom and cargo space than the Aventador’s, says Lamborghini, and it comes with a cupholder on the passenger side, plus storage compartments under the center dashboard and between the seats. The cabin features three screens: a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel that provides the driver with variable displays, a central portrait-mounted 8.4-inch infotainment system that controls various functions including multimedia and climate, and a 9.1-inch screen in front of the passenger.

Lamborghini didn’t release formal pricing information for the 2024 Revuelto — a base 2022 Aventador ran north of half a million dollars in the nameplate’s last year of production, so you can be sure it’ll cost at least that much — but did confirm that deliveries will begin late in 2023.

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