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Check out the new Aero kit from Duke Dynamics for the Lamborghini Revuelto

As the first customer cars of the brand new Lamborghini Revuelto have been delivered for a few weeks now, it will only be a matter of time before we get to see some tuning for this new V12 hybrid flagship from Sant’Agata, and while I’m looking forward to what styling the likes of Mansory will perform with the Revuelto, it seems that the new Aero Kit from Duke Dynamics seems to be rather impressive, some even think it could be reminiscent of what Lamborghini themselves would come up with as a Revuelto Super Veloce edition.

Now I wouldn’t go that far, but I do believe we’ll be getting a very impressive Reveulto SV in a few years when Automobili Lamborghini SpA unveils that version, first up will most definitely be a Revuelto Roadster however, and rumor has the convertible version of the 1,000+ hp Raging Bull could already be revealed in August at Monterey Car Week, but an SV will most likely be at least two or three more years down the pipeline, probably with a power increase up to 1,200 hp or more, but back to Duke Dynamics now, and their latest creation … the Reveulto Aero Kit.

I think for now still in the 3D render stages, albeit with a very nice video to come with it, but I don’t think they would have had the time to design, develop, and produce such an intricate kit already on a real car, let alone paint and fit it, so I guess that we’ll have to wait a little longer before we see this impressive aerodynamic modification on the Revuelto in real life.

Let’s go over this new Duke Dynamics aero package for the Lamborghini Revuelto, starting at the front with a massively deep front splitter added below the factory-original bumper, making it even more aggressive, but also even deeper and further forward, this will make your attempt to enter a driveway even more nervous, let’s hope that front lift works quick enough for you not to cause a traffic jam. This front splitter even comes with vertical uprights on either side of the front bumper to improve stability at high speeds.

Furthermore, Duke Dynamics offers a replacement front hood, with multiple integrated air vents, they might not be fully functional (they do seem to be ‘open’ judging from these renders), or offer no real additional airflow, but they do look infinitely cooler than the smooth factory hood, and this custom hood comes with lots of clear carbon fiber parts, which I really like, I’m not so much a fan of the Forged Composite patter, I much prefer the traditional 2×2 carbon fiber weave, but that’s just me.

What I really love about this Duke Dynamics kit are the new exterior side mirrors, to me these have been seriously influenced by the ones Lamborghini’s own Squadra Corse fitted on the SCV12 Essenza track-only V12 car, the aerodynamic styling of the vertical struts is already impressive, but the fact we get a red LED strip inset into a housing that looks like an airplane engine just baffles me, this is stunning, practical and beautiful at the same time, or as Lamborghini designers would state ‘form over function’.

While I don’t think Duke Dynamics offers some kind of widening on the Lamborghini Revuelto yet, the massive side skirts they designed do make this Bull even wider, and I think they needed to be this wide for Duke Dynamics to get away with those large vertical fins on the side skirts, next to the ‘blade’ behind the front wheel they have a fin that follows the same design, albeit a little smaller, but in front of the rear wheels they’ve added a similar looking fin, a little more ‘raked’ and not so tall, but extremely ‘race-style’ nonetheless, aggressive, but beautiful at the same time.

And this brings us to the rear of the Duke Dynamics Aero Kit for the Lamborghini Revuelto, where we find a massive lower diffuser and an equally large and imposing rear wing. The rear diffuser reminds me of the one we’ve seen on the Lamborghini Centenario, with oversized vertical fins, two on either side of the license plate, but Duke Dynamics added a race-inspired light below the plate holder, and they’ve added another trick, did you notice the red outer borders on the vertical fins, these are in fact LED strips, when the car is parked they are black, but when the DRLs light up at the front, these also light up … how’s that for an attention grabber?

And then we get to the rear wing, which comes as a ‘hanging swanneck’ style wing, like the one we’ve first seen on the Aventador J and later on the Super Trofeo race cars, Duke Dynamics opted for two large vertical fins that are fixed further forward than the original Lamborghini rear wing, which is active aero by the way, so it can rise at speed, this additional Duke Dynamics unit doesn’t seem to impede on that functionality, and that’s amazing attention to detail from this tuner, because if you would disconnect that active aero you would probably get an error on the dashboard, perhaps even some kind of ‘limp mode’ if you didn’t alter the electronics.

Duke Dynamics finishes this kit with a set of amazing custom wheels, complete with carbon fiber fins, and I do have to say they remind me of the rims used on the Sesto Elemento, not on the initial prototype, but those seen on the actual customer cars … just take a look at the beautiful video Duke Dynamics published recently: