Watch how the next flagship Lambo gets made with this behind-the-scenes video.
The introduction of the Lamborghini Revuelto marks the end of the unassisted V12 era. It also introduces the plug-in hybrid powertrain to the automaker's lineup, which technically represents the automaker's first foray into electrification - something that was unthinkable a decade ago. The Sian came first, but the electric assistance in that hardly compares to what the Revuelto has at its disposal.
The automaker has released a behind-the-scenes video on YouTube to give us a deeper understanding of how the Revuelto's made. The video delves into the flagship's production process, exploring the technology, artistry, and philosophy behind making a bull masterpiece.
If you're one of those who bought the sold-out supercar, this video is definitely for you.
According to Lamborghini, the Revuelto's production line comes with 15 stations. The system, which has been integrated with autonomous vehicles, ensures that Lamborghini is adaptable to evolving production volumes, varying model configurations, and even introducing new engines. The production line also caters to the customization requests of customers.
Lamborghini also revealed that specialized artisans have undergone over 500 hours of rigorous training, which makes them adept in hybrid and engine technology, as well as the artistry of saddlery and producing everything found inside the well-endowed interior of the hybrid supercar.
The Italian marque also revealed that the carbon-fiber monocoque is fabricated in Sant'Agata. Compared to the outgoing Aventador, it is 25% stiffer and 10% lighter. And for the first time, Lamborghini is making an electric motor in-house. Each motor undergoes rigorous testing, subjecting it to static, dynamic, and NVH assessments. It also goes load testing through the Nardo circuit to push the Revuelto to its limits.
Lamborghini still needs to reveal the Revuelto's pricing. However, compared to the Aventador Ultimae, it's easy to speculate. The Aventador Ultimae's Coupe version had a starting price of $498,258, while the Roadster variant sold for $546,847.
Considering these figures, it's reasonable to assume that the Revuelto will start at over $500,000.
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