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Lamborghini Revuelto with V12 hybrid engine launched in India at ₹8.9 crore

Lamborghini Revuelto, the first-ever V12 plug-in hybrid supercar, is gearing up for its grand debut in India on December 6. Buckle up for a thrill, as this powerhouse can go from 0 to 100 km/h in a mere 2.5 seconds, hitting the 200 km/h mark in just 7 seconds flat. Hold onto your nerves because Revuelto, with its 3 electric motors (2 electric motors up front and 1 petrol motor at rear), can achieve a staggering top speed of 349.2 km/h.

Draped in the legacy of the revered Aventador, the Revuelto is not just a successor; it’s a revolutionary force. Breaking new ground, it proudly flaunts the title of the first in the Lamborghini series to sport a plug-in hybrid powertrain. Beneath its sleek exterior lies a roaring 6.5-litre V12 engine, harmonizing seamlessly with a 3.8-kWh battery pack, delivering an awe-inspiring total power output of 1,015 bhp.

The heart-stopping Revuelto is not for the faint-hearted, with an ex-showroom price tag of ₹8.9 crore in India, and whispers suggest the on-road spectacle could hover around ₹10 crore. The demand for the supercar is so intense that bookings are locked and loaded till 2026. The luxury car is set to redefine the game with its exclusive plug-in hybrid system, a rarity within the Lamborghini lineup.

While the Revuelto pays homage to the Aventador’s aesthetic roots, it’s not just about looks; it’s about a unique allure that captivates onlookers. With its assertive stance and silhouette that cuts through the air like a precision blade, the Revuelto dons an aggressive appearance, accentuated by Y-shaped design elements.

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