If you're not careful, you could end up with a supercar that would make Mansory proud.
Revealed earlier this week, the new Lamborghini Revuelto plug-in hybrid supercar is a vast improvement over the Aventador it replaces, and now we have the chance to delve into the configurator to see the countless options available for this dramatic machine.
For all that has changed, the Revuelto retains the broad scope for customization that has been a Lamborghini tradition for years. That starts with the colors for the exterior; whereas many cars will have a selection of around seven total colors to choose from, the Revuelto has seven color palettes alone: Base, Sportiva, Contemporanea, Eclettica, Classica, Tecnica, and Ad Personam. Eclettica translates to eclectic, and that seems like the perfect place to start for a car like this so we chose the Viola Blast paint.
Other shouty colors guaranteed to draw attention include Giallo Inti (yellow), Arancio Borealis (orange), and Verde Mantis (green), but you can also select from a wide range of low-key black, grays, and silvers. Both shiny and matte finishes are available, too.
Rather than set out to create the prettiest configuration, we wanted to see how wild we could go when configuring the Revuelto, which is easy since almost every option is compatible with the next. We then chose Altanero Bronze shiny diamond-cut wheels and selected Verde Ciaro CCB brake calipers. Other exterior options included a titanium engine grid that draws attention to that incredible V12 engine and a livery stripe on the rear diffuser in Verde Scandal/Shock. We think you'll agree that the Revuelto is hardly a wallflower in this specification.
In the cabin, we went for the Sportiva trim with a Grigio Octans main color contrasted with a Blu Uranus secondary color and Verde Scandal stitching; the secondary color extends to the center console and dashboard. Again, we weren't necessarily going for the most attractive spec, but rather set out to demonstrate how loud you can get with the Revuelto.
We then added Rosso Efesto seat belts (partially visible below, but hardly a great combination with the blue seats), a passenger-side display, and cupholders on the dashboard. The final look has a touch of Mansory about it, but if you prefer a more palatable spec, we've shared a few other less jarring alternatives at the end of this piece.
Once you've chosen your colors and interior materials, Lamborghini will also allow you to add a Surround Assistance Pack (lane change assist and front cross traffic assist), a Parking Pack (front/rear parking sensors and a top-view camera), and a smartphone interface with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A vehicle tracking system is also available, should anyone be ballsy enough to attempt to steal a Revuelto.
No prices were displayed for any of these options, but this is typical for high-end automakers since the clientele will likely select any options they want, regardless of cost. The base price of the Revuelto hasn't been revealed yet, but there are hints that it'll start at over $550,000 - with enough options, expect this number to balloon to over $600k.
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