- The Lamborghini Revuelto is a powerful plug-in hybrid hypercar with 1,001 hp, making it the most powerful in its class, ahead of the Ferrari SF90.
- The Revuelto Spyder concept by Timothee Edri Emmanuel showcases a stunning open-top version of the hypercar with aggressive styling and additional features.
- Although the roadster version may be slightly slower and have a lower top speed, it still rivals the Ferrari SF90 Spider in terms of performance and design.
The Lamborghini Revuelto is a great replacement for the Aventador. It has a power of 1001 hp. thanks to its hybrid setup, which uses a 6.5-liter V12 with an output of 814 hp. and three electric motors with a capacity of 147 hp. These numbers make it the most powerful plug-in hybrid hypercar, overtaking the 986-horsepower Ferrari SF90 from the top spot.
Lamborghini claims the new Revuelto can sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 217 mph. The brand also says its new hypercar is roomier and more practical, but has more onboard technology compared to its last V-12-powered offering.
With impressive levels of performance, accompanied by a striking exterior in typical Lamborghini exterior style, the Revuelto has a lot going for it. However, this new Lambo is missing one important thing – a roadster version.
Hotcars digital artist Timothy Edry Emmanuel fills that vacancy in the Revuelto lineup with the stunning open-top Spyder concept. The 3D rendering takes the roof off Lamborghini’s new plug-in hybrid hypercar for some serious wind-in-the-air fun accompanied by its V12 swan song.
This Revuelto Spyder concept offers the perfect bathing experience
The exterior styling of the Revuelto is as aggressive as any other Lamborghini. The design draws inspiration from the brand’s previous hypercars, such as the Sian, Countach, Murcielago and the Aventador itself. Emmanuel takes the stunning shape of the coupe version and turns it into a wild roadster with a few new details.
The first thing you’ll notice about this rendering is how low it sits to the ground. The newly added side skirts and front splitter hang just a few inches above the road surface. Emmanuel also replaced the factory rims with a set of aftermarket rims and painted the brake calipers a bright shade of blue.
Apart from these minor changes, this Revuelto Spyder is identical to the original coupe version of the hypercar. The front has an equally wicked look, featuring a sloping hood with an angular profile. Above the giant air intakes are Y-shaped LEDs and hooded headlights. Emmanuel added a pair of fog lights to this roadster to differentiate it from the coupe.
Lamborghini Revuelto is designed as an open-top roadster
The side view lets you fully experience this open-top Revuelto Spyder concept. Lamborghini’s signature sports seat looks great from the outside, with no roof to block the view. There are no changes in the body panels compared to the original car. The design doesn’t look out of place without the roof, as if Lamborghini envisioned the Revuelto with an open version.
The top view of this Revuelto Spyder gives a stellar view of its 6.5-liter V12. A real version of the roadster would allow passengers to hear its roar more clearly.
Emmanuel kept the rear end the same as the original car. The wild diffuser immediately catches the eye, as in the coupe version, and is designed to make the hypercar more aerodynamic. The sleek Y-shaped taillights look stunning, and the center-mounted exhaust pipes sum up the look of this imaginary Revuelto roadster concept.
When Lamborghini unveils the roadster for its new hybrid hypercar, it will likely look identical to the coupe version currently on sale. But Lamborghini owners are known to add some crazy modifications to their cars. So the rendering of Emmanuel with its low stance, crazy wheels, side sills and front splitter is not far from reality.
Electrification increased the power of this Lamborghini hypercar to 1001 hp
When Lamborghini unveils the Revuelto Spyder and Emmanuel’s rendering becomes a reality, it will likely share the same powerplant as the coupe version of the hypercar. Behind the cabin of the coupe is a 6.5-liter V12 that produces 814 hp.
There are also two electric motors on the front axle and one integrated with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, each producing 147 hp. A 3.8 kWh battery is located in the tunnel between the seats, which can be the equivalent of 187 hp.
The Revuelto has four driving modes: Citta, Strada, Sport and Corsa. The recently unveiled Citta, meaning City, allows this plug-in hybrid hypercar to run on electricity alone. In this mode, performance is limited to 178 hp. with a range of 6.2 miles.
Stepping up to the Strada will wake up the V12 and increase available power to 873 hp. Sport improves the situation, increasing the power to 895 hp. and prompting the hybrid system to switch to more responsive behavior to ensure greater activity. But to get the full list in 1001 hp. and 793 lb-ft of torque, you’ll have to put the Revuelto into Corsa mode.
This Revuelto Spyder is ready to take on the Ferrari SF90 Spider
The convertible version of any car is heavier than the standard version due to the addition of extra metal to compensate for the lack of a roof in the body structure. This will also be true for the Revuelto Spyder.
That means the open-top version will be slightly slower to 62 mph than the coupe’s 2.5-second sprint. It will also have a lower top speed than the Revuelto’s current top speed of 217 mph.
But the Revuelto Spyder’s slight drop in performance won’t make it any less competitive with the Ferrari SF90 Spider. The galloping horse gets a twin-turbocharged V8 with a similar hybrid setup to the Lamborghini. Here the output power is 986 hp. and 590 lb-ft of torque.
The The SF90 Spider can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds, reaching a top speed of 211 mph. If and when Lamborghini unveils the Revuelto Spyder, it will be epic to see these two open-topped Italian hypercars compete on the track.
How much is the 2024 Lamborghini Revuelto?
Lamborghini never fails to offer a roadster version of its hypercars and supercars, even limited edition models like the Sian and Veneno. So it’s likely that we’ll see the Revuelto with a bodywork soon as well. However, there is no official information from the Italian tent about when this will happen.
If you can’t wait for the roadster to arrive, you can get yourself a Revuelto coupe. The official MSRP for this plug-in hybrid hypercar has yet to be released. But we expect them to start above $500,000, perhaps touching the $700,000 mark for higher-end trims.
The catch here is that the Revuelto is booked for the next two years of its production. Your other open-top Lamborghini option is the Huracan EVO Spyder, which retails for $294,206. But if you want your Italian hypercar roadster to have hybrid technology, you might want to look at the Ferrari SF90 Spider, which can be yours for just $580,000.