Japan’s car culture is unique and very important to the rest of the world, with manufacturers, cars, and personalities that have all made significant contributions to automotive history. Japan also happens to be one of Lamborghini’s most important markets, which is why it was one of the first places in the world to see the new game-changing, 1,001-horsepower Lamborghini Revuelto flagship supercar in person. The new supercar made its Japan debut at an event held at the Ariake Arena in Tokyo, and as Lamborghini is currently celebrating its 60th anniversary as a manufacturer of high-performance cars, the event also served as a celebration of Lamborghini’s history.
The Revuelto’s predecessors, the Aventador, Murcielago, Diablo, Countach, Miura, and the 400GT were all showcased at the event as well, and attendees were able to see the entire lineage of Lamborghini’s flagships, of which the new hybrid Revuelto is a culmination. In addition, visitors could see the customization potential of the Revuelto with a n Ad Personam studio at the event, with the design area being inspired by Mitja Borkert’s studio. With the new debut in Japan of the Lamborghini Revuelto, one of the most important places in the automotive world got its first taste of Lamborghini’s new hybrid flagship chapter.