The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is the super sports car of the future. It replaces the traditional gasoline engine of a Lamborghini with an electric motor and powertrain. It is innovative in its power source, its materials, and its new sounds, as you will see below. We know that you will appreciate the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio, with its modern twist on the classic Lamborghini components.
Don’t be quick to judge. Electric energy is an extremely efficient source of power, and Lamborghini knows that it is the way that automobiles will be trending over the next decade. The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio will help lead the way with its symmetrical electric drivetrain which uses regeneration to make use of the highest level of energy possible.
You won’t need to worry about power either. The electric system can use cables to deliver power to different parts of the vehicle. Torque could be generated directly at the wheels of the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio. This will be an all-wheel-drive super sports car.
The plan for the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is to reduce its weight by using lightweight composite structural materials to store energy, including a rechargeable battery with a lightweight material. This will also increase the availability of electrical energy. Lamborghini will use nanomaterial technology to distribute nano-charges into parts of the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio. These parts, the CFK panels of the body and other components, will then act as extra power storage devices. This is materials innovation at its finest, one of the main focuses for the design of this model.
A Lamborghini wouldn’t be a Lamborghini without its voice. We know what you are probably thinking. How can an electric Lamborghini produce the same engine sounds that enthusiasts have come to expect from their favorite exotic car brand? The answer is a new sonic signature derived from the new powertrain using the aerodynamics, powertrain, and architecture of the vehicle to create its unique voice. While it won’t sound exactly the same as a gasoline engine, we’re sure that its signature sound will live up to the Lamborghini legacy.