Since its inception in 1963, Lamborghini has set the world on fire with its spectacular cars. From the early 350 GT and the 1980s pin-up Lamborghini Countach, to more recent models like the Huracan, the Italian carmaker has always succeeded in turning heads. Now, it’s turning its attention to the guts of a car, teaming up with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in a bid to create the world’s first electric super sports car. Entitled ‘Lamborghini of the Terzo Millannio’, the first design concept puts into physical form some of the ideas that will shape the world of motoring in the future, not neglecting the company’s commitment to breath-taking design.
“Collaborating with MIT for our R&D department is an exceptional opportunity to do what Lamborghini has always been very good at: rewriting the rules on super sports cars,” says Stefano chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. “Now we are presenting an exciting and progressive concept car. We are inspired by embracing what is impossible today to craft the realities of tomorrow: Lamborghini must always create the dreams of the next generation.”