2024 Revuelto Spotted In Final Factory Test Drives?

Could be final tuning for the production run or other trims in the making

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We were recently given a glimpse of the Revuelto cruising the streets for the first time. This happened right in front of the Lamborghini factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy.

First time

The moment was captured by YouTuber Varryx, who patiently waited outside the factory gates. Varryx’s perseverance paid off as he captured the latest Lamborghini supercar in all its glory, showcasing an eye-catching Verde Shock paint, a matte lime green shade that stands out just as much as the loud Lambo.

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the revuelto sporting the verde shock paint scheme driving in electric mode

Electric mode only

Unfortunately, the vehicle was running in its electric mode, which meant we could not hear the roar of the new 6.5-liter V12 engine. However, we were still treated to the delightful symphony of futuristic artificial sounds emitted by the car. These auditory cues are a requirement for hybrid and electric vehicles in various regions worldwide, serving as a safety measure to alert pedestrians of their presence.

Full video

The video also features a collection of breathtaking machines emerging from the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory, making it highly recommended for automotive enthusiasts.

Other cars spotted

Lamborghini Urus Performante (in various specs).

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the urus performante was also caught in camouflage sporting a unique set of alloy wheels

Urus S

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the well-spec urus s with this unique finish looks unique

A Huracan STO

Matte black sto
the huracan sto too was wrapped in camouflage and was finished in matte black color

Huracan Tecnica

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the huracan tecnica, too was spotted in a unique lime green color scheme

Lambo working hard on new models and refresh

At least we see that Lamborghini is working hard on all their models. We know the Urus is due for a refresh and electrification, but it seems the Huracan is also going to get some work done, and even the track-only EVO is also testing new stuff, it seems. Overall this is really exciting news for all Lambo fans, and we should have plenty of new stuff coming in the future.

2023 lamborghini Revuelto

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the revuelto hood was covered in heavy camouflage

Fact refresher on the 2024 Revuelto

It’s been just over two months since Lamborghini lifted the veil on the successor to the iconic Aventador – the electrifying Revuelto. In its electrifying shade of green, this futuristic supercar uses a newly developed 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine assisted by two electric motors and a new eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. The hybrid powertrain delivers a colossal combined 1,001 horsepower. The result? The Revuelto sprints from 0 to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds, reaching a limited top speed of 217 mph.

Going Beyond the Aventador: The Revuelto’s Unique Dimensions

Despite its electric capabilities, the Revuelto retains the specific Lamborghini design language, with its matte lime-green bodywork turning heads wherever it goes. Longer but narrower than its predecessor, the Aventador, the Revuelto flaunts its fresh dimensions with pride, encapsulating the next evolution of the supercar.

Lamborghini’s Electrifying Future

Lamborghini’s dedication to innovation shines through its roadmap for the future. With plans to electrify the V10 Huracan and upgrade the Urus SUV with a charging port, it’s clear that Lamborghini is set on paving the way for an electrifying future in supercars. By 2028, we can expect a fully electric 2+2 grand tourer model, setting the stage for an anticipated showdown with Porsche’s electric 911.