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#1 OFFLINE   Red_Baron

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Posted 07 November 2017 - 03:27 AM

This isn't a Lambo is it now that the italians have gone all electric. Fret not! Its just a concept at the moment. And we all know that when a concept lambo is revealed, high chances it will never see the road.  :rolleyes:

THE SPORTS CAR OF THE FUTURE

Pioneer and innovative by tradition, Automobili Lamborghini looks into the future with a visionary approach, bringing its own DNA’s values in the extreme. To plan its path through the electric super sports car, Lamborghini defines the requirements of the third millennium in terms of energy storage and innovative materials to secure the most emotional and ultimate driving experience.

ENERGY

The sports car of the future uses electricity instead of gasoline. Electric systems generate high efficiency and offer several interesting characteristics like the possibility to recover kinetic energy and to deliver huge peaks of power. In order to take the most from the opportunities offered by electrification, the accumulation system must be power-oriented and symmetrical, to allow high performances and the greatest energy recovery possible. To harvest this opportunity, today’s batteries are not enough and a big leap forward is needed: Lamborghini aim is to develop an innovative supercapacitor able to close the gap with conventional batteries in terms of energy density, preserving an outstanding power density.

INNOVATION IN MATERIALS

Lamborghini aims to reduce weight and to increase the availability of electric energy using structural electric energy storing composites as a rechargeable battery. The target is to improve the nanomaterial technology, diffusing nano-charges in CFK-based panels able to store electric energy and in the meantime to form the body and structures of the car. At the same time, the project aims to combine the technology to monitor continuously the whole carbon fiber structure, both visible and invisible, with the concept of health-monitoring: the goal is to provide for the Terzo Millennio the ability to conduct its own health-monitoring, to detect cracks and damages that might occur after accident, throughout its substructure, while limiting or reducing to zero the risks correlated to the presence and propagation of cracks in the carbon fiber structure.

POWERTRAIN & VEHICLE ARCHITECTURE

One of the most interesting advantage of every electric powertrain is to feed with energy a system made of several electric machines, just through wires. Lamborghini aims to use this opportunity to generate torque directly into the wheels, letting the body of the vehicle free to be shaped by the needs of design and aerodynamics. The challenge to be faced here is to develop a technology suitable to increase the power density of the in–wheel electric motor to the level a 4WD super sports car deserves, keeping the weight of the unsuspended masses under control. The opportunities in terms of weight, aerodynamics and design are so huge that it worth investigating for feasibility of further development.

SOUND & EMOTION

The adoption of an electric power train requires to define a sound able to substitute the one of today’s V12. A deep investigation is needed with the purpose of assessing the opportunities given from the new powertrain, looking for every opportunity to generate the sound of the Terzo Millennio. The visionary design is the expression of a brand new aerodynamics and architecture. Every detail is designed to make the flow of the wind stream perfect. Automobili Lamborghini tries to approach the electrification process in an unconventional way, with a concept car which is radical in the energy management, in the body, in the architecture and in design, in line with Lamborghini culture.

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Posted 07 November 2017 - 04:10 AM

I like it's profile a lot!

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Posted 07 November 2017 - 06:52 AM

I like!! That rear side window reminds me of the Diablo. I hope a 1/18 of it comes out.

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Posted 07 November 2017 - 07:01 AM

View PostCraig, on 07 November 2017 - 06:52 AM, said:

I like!! That rear side window reminds me of the Diablo. I hope a 1/18 of it comes out.

Being a concept lambo I can only think of one brand that will bring it in 1/18, which is MR.
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 07:04 AM

Well it looks better than the Egoista, I'll give it that much
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 07:23 AM

Impressive look. I like it as a prototype. The technology is the main subject here.
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 09:45 AM

There are definitely a lot of design hints on this car for the future of Lamborghini. I surprisingly like the front end design, as it's classic Lamborghini. The rear looks a lot like the Centenario, and the profile doesn't look too over the top. Maybe this might influence the Aventador's replacement, which will probably get here in 4-5 years, which is crazy to think about!
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 10:15 AM

Looks like another 2nd year automotive design project to me, pretty generic super car concept with centenario lights.
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 09:27 PM

Well I really like it! Compating it with the ugly veneno and egoista, i think Lamborghini is going the right way! Not the case of Ferrari :bawling:




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