the first all-electric supercar from lamborghini. the terzo millennio.
lamborghini is owned by volkswagen group through its subsidiary audi. volkswagen has pledged to pursue electric cars for their future. lamborghiniis one of the few automakers that has stuck steadfastly to naturally aspirated engines. it did introduce a hybrid in 2014, the asterion. the hybrid is currently listed on their website as a concept car. however, debuting in a few weeks will be the first turbo-charged lamborghini, a suv named urus. a plugin hybrid will follow shortly.
and now an all-electric powertrain supercar is being developed. the terzo millennio. from the official press release:
“the terzo millennio is the visionary outcome conceived by the lamborghini centro stile to express future design elements, taking into account the radical changes in technology and anticipating elements of forthcoming lamborghini design. an example for a very strong statement is the evolution and further development of the lamborghini typical y-signature in the front and rear lights.”
what we know: a brand new aerodynamic structure for the company. mobility will consist of four electric motors – one integrated into each wheel. energy storage to feed those four motors could be supercapacitors instead of li-ion batteries.
and the design: a very futuristic lamborghini-looking test tube supercar.