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Terzo Millenio

Terzo Millenio (Italy, 2017)

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Developed by Automobili LamborghiniLamborghiniLamborghiniItaly, 1963 > present32 models
1455 photos
19 videos
in collaboration with two laboratories of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) the Terzo Millenio concept marks the first steps of a possible future LamborghiniLamborghiniLamborghiniItaly, 1963 > present32 models
1455 photos
19 videos
electric super sports car.

The concept physically imagines design and technology theories of tomorrow, while sustaining the visual, the performance and emotion found in every dimension of a LamborghiniLamborghiniLamborghiniItaly, 1963 > present32 models
1455 photos
19 videos
.

The technological goal of the project is to enable Lamborghini to address the future of the super sports car in five different dimensions: energy storage systems, innovative materials, propulsion system, visionary design, and emotion.

 



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