Lamborghini Revuelto Could Be The Electric Supercar We've Been Waiting For

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You'll never guess what the name means.

Automobili Lamborghini, located in Sant'Agata Bolognese, filed a significant trademark with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) today, May 25.

UPDATE: Lamborghini has also trademarked the Revuelto name with the Italian trademark office (the UIBM).

Lamborghini's latest trademark filing is for the word Revuelto. The application will apply to goods and services in EUIPO's classes 9, 12, 25, and 28. Class 9 includes essentially every car feature on the planet, right down to tablet holders adapted for use in cars. Class 25 consists of all clothing, while Class 28 mentions toy cars, scale models, racing car games, and every other car-related toy.

But the real kicker is Class 12, which includes cars and electric cars. It covers just about every moving object on the planet, including one-wheel electric scooters.

It's pretty evident that Lamborghini wants to keep this name all for itself, which can mean only one thing.

The next Lamborghini will be called the Revuelto. You heard it here first, folks.


What exactly does "Revuelto" mean? If you know your cars, you'll know most Lambos are named after famous Spanish bulls or some description of a Spanish bull. Lamborghini only strayed from its naming structure twice before. The Sesto Elemento translates to the "sixth element" in Spanish, and the word Countach was something men would say when they saw a stunning woman walking by. Yup, the Countach is named after catcalling.

Directly translated, Revuelto is a Spanish noun for scrambled eggs. We don't think that's what Lamborghini had in mind unless the Revuelto accelerates so fiercely that it forces your scrotum underneath your buttocks.

We're guessing Lamborghini went for the adjective, which roughly translates to wild, topsy-turvy, turbulent, and, our personal favorite, unruly. That sounds Lamborghini-ish to us.

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Why move away from such a well-known tradition? The secret may be hidden in Class 9 of the application. In addition to the standard vehicle features, it also mentions car batteries, rechargeable electric batteries, power packs, power units, batteries for electric vehicles, and battery charging devices for motor vehicles. Class 12 explicitly mentions electric cars by name.

Will Lamborghini's first EV be named Revuelto? It certainly looks like it. What kind of car will it be?

Yesterday we ran an article in which Lamborghini's CEO, Stephan Winkelmann, revealed that its first EV would be a 2+2 with increased ground clearance. Essentially, an electrified GT that will take the fight to the Ferrari Purosangue.

"It will be a more versatile car, and this will be the first [fully electric car] coming before the Urus is fully electrified," said Winkelmann.

As for the design, Lamborghini may want to look back to 2016 at the Asterion. That was the last time Lambo hinted at a GT car, and it sadly never made production.

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