It has been revealed Revuelto Lamborghini will be the replacement for the prestigious Aventador, and it is partially an electric vehicle. The new development makes 2022 the last year of the Italian company producing only non-electric vehicles. From 2023 onwards, the car company has sort of confirmed that all their vehicles would come with some kind of electrification. These are some massive changes in the EV industry as luxury cars such as Lamborghini are finally following the parts of other EVs.
Although the car has not been officially unveiled to the public, it is expected to be so in the next few months. After the release of the Revuelto Lamborghini, the car company will try to produce other versions of electric vehicles to create a family of EVs. Before the creation of the Lamborghini Avatendor replacement, there were rumors of partially electric cars being produced by the company. The news came with a considerable implication as car enthusiasts, and analysts were interested in knowing exactly what the luxury car company was producing behind the scenes.
New development shows that Lamborghini is trying to create an entirely different niche in the EV market. They would go ahead and create a 2+2 grand tourer, which would key in their move to shift to the EV market. Lambo’s head honcho, Stephan Winkelmann, was the one who confirmed the new 2+2 grand tourer model. While speaking with Motor 1, he released the information, confirming that the car company had in mind to add the missing model to their catalog. "It’s going to be a new body style, because what is missing in the lineup today is a GT 2+2. I think this would be a good add-on to the two super sports cars (Revuelto and Huracan successor) and the SUV (Urus)," Stephan Winkelmann said in the interview.
However, the grand tourer would have the qualities of standard drivable cars, except for performance. From several sources, the four-seater Grand Tourer could drive across regular neighborhoods. It can go over a speed bump without any problems, as experienced with other lower-body Lamborghini. However, it does not mean that the four-seater Grand Tourer would be used for any type of driving. It would come with not less than two motors, perhaps three or even four of them.
More Details About the Revuelto Lamborghini
With a focus on the Revuelto Lamborghini, the luxury car delivery would be in the final quarter of 2023. The car company has not officially confirmed the price, but there are rumors about Revuelto's price. From several sources, it is expected that the cost of the partial EV car would be from $650k upwards.
At this price, the Revuelto could cost $150k more than Aventador Ultimae. However, the specifications of the car back its worth. It comes with a new V12 backed up by three electric motors. It also comes with a battery that allows the vehicle to drive for quite some time without releasing any emissions into the atmosphere. A 3.8 kWh battery pack allows some periodic driving without any emission release. With the new v12 engine, the Revuelto can go from zero to 60 mph (0-97 kph) within 2.5 seconds.