Lamborghini has always been ahead of the pack with their supercars. But now they have all the means of making better products out of the electric vehicle circuit. What that means is that the 2024 model year is going to see Lamborghini create their 6.5-liter, V-12 engine with 814 horsepower to generate speed, awe and wonder among the carbuying community. As of now, the Lamborghini Revuelto will exist as a hybrid with cooperation by three electric motors. The car gives off a strong display with EV-range and huge performance as a result. Additionally, the car is a follow-up to the Aventador. In case you don’t already know, that vehicle is a carbon-fiber structure that uses in addition to the hybrid-like V-12 powertrain, a nod to the bull of the 1880s. Back in Spain, the name “revuelto” actually translates to “scrambled.” And when that word is used for an off-the-hook unit like this Lamborghini, it just makes sense.
It’s a combo of the onboard battery pack with the plug-in-hybrid drivetrain that also enjoys the V-12 engine. You can see how the vehicle combines the 814 horsepower 6.5 liter V-12 engine with enough electric motors that can generate a max of 1,001 horsepower. Meanwhile, you can tell that there are two electric motors found on the front axle while they allow for torque vectoring through power and regenerative brakes. Therefore, a third one is built into the eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, found to be mounted right behind the combustion engine. You can also see how the 3.8-kilowatt hours battery pack can generate enough energy while upping it’s quality at a peak flow of around 187 horsepower. All while being likely to move in between the three 147-horsepower electric motors as is needed.
The Revuelto likes to flex it’s flexibility.
Enjoy the battery as you drive this car as you can just recharge it, thanks to a port on the inside of the front luggage compartment. Additionally, you can charge it by using the V-12 engine itself, changing the rear electric motor into a generator. Revuelto and the V-12 engine is going to be seen well through the rear engine cover as it’s one of the requests made by the Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelman. Additionally, the Revuelto is much larger with more headroom and elbow space, as the auto comes complete with three different digital display screens.
When thinking about the time, it’s not bad for a Lamborghini. The vehicle can shoot from zero to 60 miles per hour in only 2.5 seconds.