Yesterday the world was, at long last, introduced to the new Lamborghini Revuelto, the replacement to the legendary Aventador and sequel to the 60-year-long line of Lamborghinis powered by “pure” naturally aspirated V12 engines. The reveal of the Revuelto is a monumental event and a turning point in the history of Lamborghini as a manufacturer, and the car itself, as well as its premiere at Lamborghini’s home of Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy are monumental in kind. Still powered by a 6.5-liter V12 that is naturally aspirated, it’s paired with three electric motors in the Revuelto, making the incredible supercar a plug-in hybrid with a total of 1,001 horsepower.
The event that brought it into the automotive world was exactly the spectacle that something like the new Revuelto deserves. Set in the heart of Lamborghini’s 60-year-old factory, the main boulevard at the event’s entrance showed Lamborghini’s most iconic historic models were on display. Once guests entered, they were treated to a gala dinner on the Revuelto’s new production line. Surrounding the guests were the first Revuelto cars to be completed. This incredible event set a tone for a new incredible era for the legendary Lamborghini brand, and officially rung in the Fighting Bull’s future.