In the marque's 60th anniversary year, Automobili Lamborghini presented Revuelto, the first super sports V12 hybrid plug-in HPEV (High Performance Electrified Vehicle).
Carbon fiber, produced via artisan craftmanship in the Sant'Agata Bolognese factory, is the principal structural element within the new car, used not only in the monofuselage and frame but also for many elements of the bodywork.
The design is inspired by aerospace elements, characterized by sculpted surfaces encompassed by two lines that start from the front and embrace the cabin and engine, tapering down to the hexagonal-shaped exhausts.
The interior mirrors the all-new futuristic design of the exterior: every aspect of the cockpit is clearly Lamborghini, combining a perfect balance between a digital and physical experience both in daily driving and track environments.
The new car also defers to the inimitable proportions of the Diablo and the floating blade on the rear fender, while the muscularity and inclined front of the Murciélago is evident.
The visual center of the cabin houses a pronounced carbon-fiber profile, with a "space-ship" design that encloses the central air vents and the 8.4" vertical touchscreen, the technological heart of the car.
Revuelto introduces the "swipe" function in a Lamborghini, allowing the pilot and co-pilot to move applications and information from the central display to the side displays with the same intuitive, gestural ease as using a smartphone
The steering wheel was inspired by the racing world and the experience of the Essenza SCV12. The four rotors located on the spokes are used for selecting both the driving modes and the car's lifting system and rear wing tilt.
The fully-exposed longitudinal engine highlights the mechanical heart of the Revuelto, visually connecting it to the double hexagonal exhaust surmounted by the geometrically profiled wing, framed by headlamp clusters with the Y-shape light signatures.
Even the door handles perform an aerodynamic function thanks to the Y-section wing profile