Lamborghini Terzo Millennio Concept Supercar Unveiled

08 November, 2017, 09:36 | Author: Jacqueline Daniels
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Lamborghini has worked with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to come up with a futuristic auto that uses technology not even invented yet.

Lamborghini calls its collaboration with the Boston-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) "an important page in the future of the super sports vehicle for the third millennium". Together MIT and Lamborghini have developed supercapacitors for power.

Lamborghini has been using low-voltage supercapacitors for about five years in its V12 Aventador, and calls the use of more energy-dense examples for electric drive "the next logical step". More on this in a bit. These include innovative materials, energy storage systems, propulsion system, emotion and visionary design. Mircea Dinca, Department of Chemistry and the "Mechanosynthesis Group", led by Prof.

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At first glance, the results are fairly spectacular.

Going over it's exterior, the Terzo Millennio still looks like any Lamborghini despite having futuristic styling.

While promising, the car's design does present certain challenges which could take years for Lamborghini to overcome. The entire body of the auto will in fact become an vast energy storage system. But unlike conventional batteries created to mete that electricity out in a measured fashion, a supercapacitor can deliver a huge amount of power all at once to provide, for example, the kind of juice that will enable supercar acceleration.

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How all of this gets done is the really really interesting part of the concept - to put it simply, the body panels themselves become the battery, instead of some large, unwieldy, and heavy pack stuffed in the floor. Bear with us here, but Lamborghini has started developing carbonfibre chassis components with the ability to accumulate energy for storage in the body itself.

Of course, it's hard to conceive of a auto built this intensively of carbonfibre, without some concern for the material cracking or breaking... an especially dire occurrence when there's a lot of juice flowing through it.

Lamborghini's supercars of tomorrow will incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to improve driver skills, but don't expect them to be self-driving. It's apparently teaming with micro-channels filled with "healing chemistries", and can detect where cracks in the material appear. Not only is this concept mind-blowing, but when you tease it out, the possibilities become fascinating. A highly advanced monocoque based on Lamborghini's Forged Composite technology can be modelled, containing only the energy accumulation system and driver's and co-driver's seats, inspired by race cars.

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The concept vehicle wears its Lambo DNA on its sleeve, with a sharp and swooping angular design that looks like the love child of a Le Mans Prototype auto and a stealth bomber that's been sent back in time; Terzo Millennio does translate into "the third millennium" after all.

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