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Lamborghini Revuelto: Singapore's Futuristic Hybrid Supercar Redefines Tradition and Innovation

Updated: Dec 28, 2023

Named after a revered Spanish bull, the Revuelto emerges as the next-generation successor to the iconic Aventador. Marrying Lamborghini's famed V12 engine with cutting-edge plug-in hybrid technology, this masterpiece joins the ranks of elite supercars—Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, and McLaren P1.

Unveiling a striking design, the Revuelto boasts a Brutalist aesthetic. Its alienesque silhouette sports distinct Y-shaped LED daytime running lights, reminiscent of the limited-run 2021 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 hybrid model. A razor-sharp wedge profile, carbon aero components, front-end cameras, sensors, and quad exhaust outlets elevate its visual allure.

This marvel showcases its transversely positioned V12 engine through an open bay, highlighting its cylinders' firing order. With three electric motors complementing the 6.5-liter NA V12 and an advanced eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, the Revuelto commands a staggering 1,001 horsepower and 1,062 Nm of torque. Accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in a blistering 2.5 seconds, it tops 350 km/h, defining Lamborghini's performance prowess.

The Revuelto's carbon fiber-reinforced "monofuselage" frame boosts chassis rigidity by up to 25%, surpassing the Aventador. Its plug-in hybrid system, housing a 3.8 kWh high-voltage battery beneath the cabin, heightens efficiency without sacrificing power.

Beyond power, the Revuelto balances ferocity with adaptability. Introducing a new 'City' mode focused on electric power ensures urban-friendly operation, limiting output to 180 hp. 'Strada' mode activates both engines, while 'Corsa' unleashes the V12's might, perfect for adrenaline-pumping drives. Prioritizing comfort, enhancements in cabin space offer increased headroom and legroom, accommodating entry even with racing helmets. Ample storage, including a spacious frunk and front/rear compartments, meets practical needs.

Cutting-edge technology reigns inside—a sizable 12.3-inch instrument cluster and an 8.4-inch central display, complemented by a 9.1-inch screen for the passenger, offer real-time data and seamless car control. Lamborghini's collaboration with Bridgestone delivers bespoke Potenza Sport ultra-high performance tires, ensuring superior grip, backed by Run Flat Technology for added safety.

Leading the hybrid series, the Revuelto sets the stage for Lamborghini's upcoming lineup. A complete transition to hybrids is slated by next year, with the brand's first all-electric supercar anticipated by 2028. Starting at SGD$2.575 million (excluding COE), the Revuelto boasts an extensive waiting list, projecting deliveries into 2025. Secure your electrified bull of the future today!

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