Lamborghini showed a hybrid hypercar to replace the flagship Aventador
The Italian automaker has announced the Revuelto hybrid supercar, designed to take the flagship position in the company’s lineup. An upgraded Aventador V12 petrol engine with 825 horsepower at 9250 rpm and three electric motors that produce a total of 190 hp. with., provide impressive power.
Overall length Revuelto – 4947 mm, width – 2033 mm, height – 1160 mm. The coupe has a new carbon-fiber monocoque, for which the term “mono-fuselage” has been coined. The new equipment includes LED matrix headlights, carbon-ceramic brakes with 10-piston monobloc calipers and hexagonal exhaust pipes.
There are three displays in the Revuelto cabin at once: a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel, a second 8.4-inch one is given to the multimedia system and another 9.1-inch one is installed directly in front of the front passenger. Added to this is a complex of electronic driver assistance systems, which includes a lane keeping assistant, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise and cross traffic control when reversing.
The gearbox is an eight-speed DCT with two clutches. The drive is full, and the front wheels are at the mercy of three electric motors. The relatively light V12 weighing 217 kg produces 814 horsepower at 9250 rpm. In addition, the car has a variety of air intake ducts located throughout to increase airflow to the engine, resulting in a power level of up to 126 hp. With. per litre. The company claims this is the highest performance in Lamborghini 12-cylinder history. At the same time, the internal combustion engine charges a rather tiny 3.8 kWh battery in just 6 minutes using regenerative braking of the front wheels.
The total power of the entire system reaches 1015 hp. with., thanks to which the novelty accelerates to “hundreds” in 2.5 seconds, and up to 200 km / h in 7 seconds. The maximum speed is up to 350 km/h. On electricity alone, a car can travel about 10 kilometers.
The Revuelto is expected to be priced in excess of $542,165.