Lamborghini Revuelto: Scrambled eggs ?

This is the all-new Lamborghini Revuelto, the long-awaited replacement for the Aventador. This flagship supercar has a lot to live up to, but it’s shaping up to be the most exciting model Lamborghini has ever made.


  • New Lamborghini Revuelto revealed
  • Long-awaited replacement for the Aventador
  • Naturally-aspirated V12 engine
  • Hybrid with three electric motors
  • Up to 1,015hp
  • 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds
  • All-new interior design
  • Could cost 500,000€


The Lamborghini Aventador’s replacement is finally here, the Revuelto. It’s named after a Spanish fighting bull, as is usually the case for big V12 Lambos, however the name also translates as scrambled eggs.

New Lamborghini Revuelto design

The new Lamborghini Revuelto is a pretty mad-looking car, as you’d expect from a flagship supercar. It looks a bit like a ‘greatest hits’ compilation from all the best Lamborghinis from the last 15 years.

It retains the low-slung silhouette and ‘wedge’ shape of the Aventador and, just like every V12 Lambo since the Countach, it has vertically-opening scissor doors.

Down the side you have 21-inch alloy wheels at the front and 22-inch wheels on the rear. The Revuelto also has hidden door handles which help first air into the radiators on either side.

The Y-shaped rear lights are similar to the ones found on the Centenario limited edition, and the shape of the roof is inspired by that car as well. The massive high-mounted exhausts are unique to the Revuelto though, as is the exposed engine.

New Lamborghini Revuelto hybrid system

The new Lamborghini Revuelto doesn’t just make do with 825hp, it’s also boosted by three electric motors. That’s right, this new flagship is a hybrid. This is where the Revuelt name starts to make sense, because it also translates to ‘mixed together’. So Lamborghini mixed V12 power, with the instant torque of electric motors.

It has one electric motor on the engine which helps boost power to the rear wheels, and each front wheel also gets its own motor. But how much power does the hybrid system add?

That depends on which driving mode you have it in. You have four to choose from, starting with ‘Città’. This is an electric-only mode for wafting around in the city, so it switches the engine off entirely and limits the electric motors to 180hp.

The V12 will fire up once the battery runs out, and it can fully recharge the 3.8kWh battery in just six minutes. Then you have ‘Strada’, which fires up the petrol engine to give you 886hp. ‘Sport’ mode cranks it up to 907hp, and then there’s ‘Corsa’.

New Lamborghini Revuelto interior

The new Lamborghini Revuelto isn’t just about bonkers performance, it’s supposedly easier to live with as well.

You get 84mm more legroom and 26mm more headroom than you got in the Aventador, so lanky drivers with helmets on should be fine. There’s also space for a few bags under the bonnet, as well as a golf bag behind the seats.

There are more than 70 different colour options to choose from, so you’ll almost certainly be able to customise the cabin to suit your tastes. Just be prepared to open your wallet to get it how you want.

In conclusion, the new Lamborghini Revuelto promises to be an exciting addition to the already impressive lineup of the Italian automaker. With its sleek design and powerful engine, this car is sure to turn heads and provide an exhilarating driving experience. Fans of Lamborghini will no doubt eagerly await the release of the Revuelto in 2024.