The 2024 Lamborghini Revuelto is sold out for at least two years, CEO Stephan Winkelmann confirmed at a preview event earlier in March.
The Lamborghini boss told journalists at a preview event for the Revuelto in Italy there's already massive demand for Lamborghini's V-12 flagship.
"We already have a high demand," Winkelmann said. "If you put all the orders in we are seeing today, we are already exceeding two years of ordering."
The Revuelto, set to go on sale later this year, is Lamborghini's first hybrid. It uses two electric motors to power the front wheels, along with a naturally aspirated V-12 and a third motor, attached to the top of the transverse dual-clutch transmission, to power the rears. Total output is an incredible 1001 hp.
"We are going to open up the [order] system at the end of March or the beginning of April when we are officially going to present the car," Winkelmann added. "Then over the next month all of the orders will be put in. But today it is already clear we are exceeding two years."
Winkelmann was quick to point out that most order-holders had little to no info on the car before putting their names down.
"The majority of the customers who have put their orders in have not even seen the car, they don't even know [what it looks like]," he said.
Lamborghini has yet to reveal pricing for the Revuelto, meaning eager order-holders also currently have no idea what they'll be paying for their cars. At the end of its lifecycle, the Aventador had a starting MSRP of $507,353. The Revuelto will undoubtedly cost more than that, though we doubt buyers will complain.
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