2023 Lamborghini Revuelto Debuts At Goodwood Festival Of Speed & Impresses Everyone With Its Breathtaking run

The Revuelto impressed with a high-speed, fishtailing run on wet terrain

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It’s always significant when Lamborghini debuts a new model, but introducing the 2023 Revuelto is a game changer. The Revuelto is the first fully-fledged production car that utilizes Lamborghini’s cutting-edge plug-in-hybrid technology, which the company plans to incorporate in all future vehicles.

At the most recent Goodwood Festival of Speed (a yearly motorsport event on Goodwood House in West Sussex, England), the Lamborghini made more than just a grand entrance. It demonstrated its power and agility with high-speed performance, delighting spectators with its prowess.

Watch Revuelto’s free run here

The Affinity for Naturally Aspirated V12 in Lamborghinis

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the damp condition at goodwood proved to be a challenge for the car

Lamborghini are always known for their big, powerful, naturally aspirated V12 engines that power their fast cars. The Italian supercar maker is committed to naturally aspirated internal combustion engines, even in the Revuelto. A newly developed, hefty 6.5-liter V12 engine works with three electric motors under the hood. Together, they create an astonishing 1,001 horsepower.

The supercar kept the damp conditions at Goodwood from slowing it down. The car’s glossy Arancio Dac Lucido (bright orange) paint captivated spectators as it fishtailed up the hill. The Lamborghini V12’s deep, roaring sound filled the air, proving there’s no need for forced induction or turbochargers to power this beast.

The Heavyweight Yet Agile Revuelto

Despite its extensive use of lightweight carbon fiber, the Revuelto is no lightweight contender, weighing 3,905 pounds (with fuel and oil, it goes beyond 4,000 pounds). However, despite its weight, it surprised spectators at the event with its impressive agility. For those unaware, the Revuelto reaches 62 miles per hour in a mere 2.5 seconds and boasts a top speed of over 217 miles per hour.

Lamborghini’s Other Surprises at Goodwood

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the sc63 lmdh prototype also made its debut at the event

Lamborghini didn’t limit the surprises at Goodwood to the Revuelto. They introduced several new models, including the SC63 LMDh race car and exciting variants like the Huracan Sterrato, Huracan Tecnica, Huracan ST0, and the Urus Performante SUV.

As Lamborghini celebrates its 60th anniversary, its commitment to innovation and performance is clear. Thanks to the success of the Urus SUV, plans are underway to develop the successor to the Huracan independently.

As we eagerly anticipate the official launch of the Revuelto later this year, it’s clear that Lamborghini isn’t planning to slow down. Whether on the racetrack or the open road, Lamborghini continues to impress and excite with its vehicles.

2023 Revuelto AT Goodwood Festival Of Speed