At the beginning of the year, Lamborghini and its SUV “Urus” shared an interesting concept with us and published many visions and ideas for the future. An SUV, quite unusual for the Italian sportsman, but with the information that a sports car of the next generation is already being worked on.
With the newly presented Lamborghini Terzo Millenio, the Italian carmaker lives up to its promise and presents us with an impressive and revolutionary electric super sports car that not only inspires with its breathtaking appearance.
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is radical in its contours
The exterior design of the Terzo Millenio is radically designed according to the Lamborghini design philosophy. The aggressive lines are reflected throughout the entire vehicle. The sweeping front end is nasty with the narrow headlights in the Y-line and is perfectly complemented by the deep front lip and the large air intakes to complete the image of the electric super sports car. The flowing windshield that makes the Lamborghini look like Kevin Flynn's latest toy from Tron: Legacy? The narrow taillights in the rear of the Lamborghini Terzo Millenio immediately catch the eye with their narrow rear lights, which present a Y from the wide wheel arches towards the centre and thus reflect the design line of the front headlamps. The combination rear lights, which float almost freely when you look closely, are also here in front of large air outlets.
It is also important to know that the entire exterior design of the new Lamborghini has not only an optical purpose, but also a practical benefit. The Terzo Millenio's entire line with its large air intakes enables innovative aerodynamics and thus offers the future concept an incomparable CW value.
No more scratches due to unique carbon structure
Scratches are a thing of the past with the new Lamborghini electric super sports car, because the ultra-modern carbon structure of the Terzo Millenio has been fitted with small hoses and sensors that detect smaller defects and fill them directly with new carbon material. Another highlight is the rims, which at first glance look like coils with a black spoke structure around them. The “in-wheel” drive is to be implemented in these machines.
How it should sound like, the super sportsman of the future, is not yet known. Since the Terzo Millenio is to be equipped with one electric motor per wheel, the V12 sound characteristic of Lamborghini is no longer required. We do not know whether this can be imitated electrically or whether a completely new sound background is invented. But what do you think of the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio? Has Lamborghini, in cooperation with MIT, done all the credit for itself or has it gone too far into the future?