Watch Spectacular Performance: The 2024 Lamborghini Revuelto Runs the Nürburgring | Taza Khabre


  • The Lamborghini Revuelto is an all-new flagship supercar and the replacement for the Aventador after 11 years of Aventador production.
  • The Revuelto has been spotted flying around the Nürburgring, suggesting that Lamborghini is refining the car’s setup and potentially aiming for a lap record.
  • The Revuelto is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine and three electric motors that produce 1,001 horsepower, a top speed of 217+ mph, and a 0-60 mph time of 2.4 seconds. The starting price is over 600,000 dollars.

It’s not every day that we gear manufacturers get a brand new flagship supercar from Lamborghini, but here he is, the almighty Revuelto. Prior to the debut of this spectacular supercar earlier this year, the Aventador led the way, but after 11 years of production and numerous special additions to the SV and SVJ, a replacement is surely overdue. The Aventador even formed the basis for a super-limited comeback Countach, which caused controversy among fans, but should go down in history as one of the most desirable modern editions of this historic Italian brand.

This 12-cylinder supercar will now fill a void in Lamborghini’s lineup, and perhaps as exciting news as it is supercar was recently spotted flying around the Nürburgring, raising even more questions; what were they doing there and how fast can Revuelto get through the notoriously difficult Green Hell?

Read on to find out everything we know so far about this epic supercar and what we can make of this secret Nürburgring footage.

The information is collected from various sources, including Lamborghiniand officer YouTube channel CarSpyMediafor us to bring you these details about the Lamborghini Revuelto that was spotted tearing up the asphalt at the Nürburgring.

Check out the Lamborghini Revuelto racing around the Nürburgring

It’s really cool footage to watch, after all, what gearhead doesn’t want to see a super-powered Lamborghini push its limits in the green hell? The video begins with this shiny blue Lamborghini Revuelto being very carefully unloaded from the truck, and from the angle CarSpyMedia captured it from, it really does look like the wide supercar is a tight fit, so we don’t blame them for going overboard. carefully!

The car is then filmed driving on public roads to the Nürburgring entry point, which is cool as we can tell that this isn’t some special track that’s been honed for extra performance, but a fully developed road. a legitimate example of the long-awaited Aventador replacement.

The remaining few minutes show Revuelto absolutely screaming on the track, this is not a warm-up lap. The tires screech, the V12 roars and the electric motors are undoubtedly buzzing, but understandably the efficient exhaust drowns out any evidence that the extra motors are doing their job. The Revuelto looks absolutely at home here on the scariest racetrack in the world, hopefully many interested owners will try to do the same with theirs when they arrive (delivery expected later this year) rather than just swimming in them, showing off at low speeds.

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What is Lamborghini doing at the Nürburgring?


Aside from the simple fact that it’s a lot of fun, and if we were working for Lamborghini, you can bet we’d convince the boss that it’s a good idea; but is there a more pressing reason why the Revuelto was caught touching the Nürburgring?

For starters, this could be a shot of Lamborghini simply fine-tuning its all-new flagship supercar, ensuring that the suspension and brake components are up to the task – after all, the last thing you want from your Revuelto is brake fade after you apply it. hard. There is also the possibility that Lamborghini are evaluating the performance of their model and considering a potential lap record with the new car; it certainly has enough potential, the details of which we will look at a little below. We’re still not sure how fast the Revuelto can lap the Nürburgring, although we do know that the Aventador SVJ managed an incredible time of just 6:44:97, so if Lamborghini is looking to continue its progress, we can expect the Revuelto to challenge that time. Hopefully, now that the brand has embraced electrified assistance, the Revuelto has the tools it needs to beat that previous record.

Truth be told, the reason could be anything, maybe they’re testing out a new brake pad design or a tire tread pattern – all we know is that it looks amazing around the infamous Nürburgring, which bodes well for any future customers patiently waiting for the shiny Revuelto to appear on their road.

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What’s under the hood of the Lamborghini Revuelto?

2024 Lamborghini Revuelto 0-60 mph time: 2.4 seconds

2024 Lamborghini Revuelto engine top view

We’re very happy to announce that Lamborghini has followed in the footsteps of all its previous flagship supercars and equipped the Revuelto with a 6.5-liter non-supercharged V12. Although it follows the direction taken by the Miura, Countach, Diable, Murcielago and Aventador, the addition of three electric motors shows that Lamborghini hasn’t completely turned its back on modern methods.

Technical characteristics of the 2024 Lamborghini Revuelto

from 0 to 60 mph

2.4 seconds

The highest speed

217+ mph

Equipped mass

3907 lbs


1001 horsepower

A turning point

595 lb-ft


Mid-engine hybrid, all-wheel drive

Here’s the truth: if Lamborghini refused to use electric technology, then the Revuelto would look pretty dated compared to rivals Ferrari and Aston Martin. However, by applying this technology, Lamborghini managed to wring a whopping 1,001 horsepower from the Revuelto, which translates to a staggering top speed of 217 mph, in addition to a staggering 0-60 time of 2.4 seconds.

One thing is certain: you will never be left behind in the Lamborghini Revuelto.

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How much does the Lamborghini Revuelto cost?

2024 Lamborghini Revuelto Starting price: $608,358


If you’re hoping to add to your 2024 Lamborghini Revuelto collection anytime soon, you’d better empty that piggy bank, check the couch cushions, and consider a yard sale, because the starting price is over a whopping $600,000! Now, Lamborghini has never been a budget brand, but when you consider that the Huracán Technica only costs $239,000, the Revuelto is clearly on another level.

2024 Lamborghini Price Comparison


Starting price

Lamborghini Huracán

239,000 USD

Lamborghini Urus


Lamborghini Revuelto

608,358 USD

Sure, there’s a lot more power, electric motors, and no doubt some very cool features that Huracán owners can only dream of, but that $608,358 price tag is hitting the hypercar level, so we’re praying it lives up to expectations. If Lamborghini sticks with tradition and starts producing SV and SVJ versions, we’ll quickly see the Revuelto’s price tag approach the million dollar mark, although only time will tell how far they plan to push this exclusive new model.

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