Lamborghini's Electric Car Sparks Interest in 2023

Lamborghini has taken charge of becoming a leader in sustainable luxury car production with this new sleek automobile project.

A new age has begun for Lamborghini. Their first HPEV (High Performance Electrified Vehicle) plug-in hybrid super sports car is the Lamborghini Revuelto. A defining standard for performance, in-car technology, and enjoyable driving. a new 12-cylinder internal combustion engine, three high-density electric motors, and a revolutionary transversal dual clutch e-gearbox combine to produce a powertrain with a total output of 1015 CV.



This vehicle is sure to inspire a sense of power on the road.

Revuelto is the first super sports V12 hybrid plug-in HPEV from Automobili Lamborghini, which is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the brand. (High Performance Electrified Vehicle). In terms of performance, sportiness, and driving enjoyment, the Revuelto establishes a new paradigm thanks to its ground-breaking new architecture, creative design, high-efficiency aerodynamics, and novel carbon frame concept. The combined power of a brand-new combustion engine, three electric motors, and a double-clutch gearbox—all of which make their premiere on a 12-cylinder Lamborghini—delivers an output of 1015 CV.

The engine's new 127 CV/liter displacement works in conjunction with two front axial flux motors to produce an exceptional weight-to-power ratio. A radial flux electric motor is mounted above the first eight-speed double-clutch gearbox to make its debut on a 12-cylinder Lamborghini. A lithium-ion high specific power (4500 W/kg) battery pack that provides a fully-electric drive mode powers the three electric motors.


These characteristics are combined in the new Revuelto to produce performance figures that are at the top of their category: acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in under 2,5 seconds, and a top speed of more than 350 km/h. These figures, along with the Revuelto super sports car's outstanding dynamism made possible by the addition of electric torque vectoring and four-wheel drive that is also available in fully-electric drive mode, ensure that the car exhibits its heightened features both on the track and during daily driving.

The word "sustainable" is used repeatedly inside the vehicle, representing the manufacturer's focus on minimising waste, which has evolved into the Lamborghini universe's operating philosophy. This includes upholstery fabrics that are cut using the newest technology in the Lamborghini "selleria"; this minimises waste as much as possible without impairing the craftsmanship and embroidery processes, where "hand-made" continues to be an area of competence within Lamborghini.

Since the car has not yet been made available for purchase, Directive 1999/94/EC does not apply to it. The type approval stage is where the fuel consumption and emissions statistics are at.


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