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Lamborghini Revuelto Gercollector test drive


Lamborghini Revuelto breaks down; enters limp mode during a test drive

The Lamborghini Revuelto recently featured in a Carwow drag racewhere it lost to a Ferrari SF90 Stradale. Now, a well-known German supercar collector has shared his test drive experience. It doesn’t paint a positive picture of the new supercar either.

In the video, Gercollector takes the Revuelto out for a test drive on the Autobahn. Initially, all seemed to go well. When they reach the highway ON ramp, he puts the car into Corsa mode in preparation for an acceleration test.

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The driver floors the throttle in anticipation of getting pushed back into the seat, but to his utter dismay, the Revuelto barely moves. The acceleration seems lethargic, not something you would expect from a 1000+ hp supercar. At the same time, an engine warning light pops up on the dash.

Sensing something was wrong with the supercar, he pulls over and lets it cool down for a bit. After about 10 minutes, he turns on the ignition and is greeted with even more error messages. 

This Revuelto had over 2000 km on the clock, which means the engine was properly run in. According to the owner, he even encountered a transmission failure warning during the running-in period.

Now, all these warnings could be down to a faulty sensor in this particular unit and may not be a serious issue. Either way, it needs to be investigated thoroughly.

Source: Gercollector

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