The first Lamborghini Revuelto has arrived in Greece!

Lamborghini, Revuelto

The revolutionary electrified Lamborghini with 1,015 horsepower was delivered to the official dealership in Athens. News Auto was present at the delivery.

The Revuelto, the fastest Lamborghini ever produced and the latest creation of the Italian brand, has already started appearing in dealerships worldwide and on the roads.

We have been waiting for it in Greece for a few weeks. Finally, it arrived and was delivered to the official Athens dealership in Kifissia.

Lamborghini, Revuelto

The imposing supercar was transported from Italy in a specially designed closed van. As you can see, this is a charcoal-coloured Revuelto.

This model is the most powerful mass-produced car of the Italian company of all time, replacing the Aventador. It is the first electrified Lamborghini, combining an internal combustion engine and an electric motor.

Engines and performance

In particular, it is equipped with a V12 engine with a capacity of 6.5 litres and is combined with three electric motors. This translates into a massive power output of up to 1,015 horsepower.

According to the company, 0-100 km/h is achieved in 2.5 seconds, 0-200 km/h in 7.0 seconds, and the top speed exceeds 350 km/h.

Lamborghini, Revuelto

News Auto was at the delivery-pick-up of the first Lamborghini Revuelto in Greece and watched the whole process, which is not easy, especially when transporting such cars.

It should be noted that the drivers who transport such expensive vehicles have gone through training and always follow a specific procedure when loading and unloading a car from the trucks.

Great demand

Lamborghini, Revuelto

Its price, including taxes, is close to 700,000 euros, and several Greeks have already placed orders to acquire it.

We should note that the demand for this model is high worldwide and in Greece.

If someone wants and orders it today, they will receive it in 2026!

Lamborghini, Revuelto

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