Lamborghini is known for its aggressive designs, and the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio is no exception in that regard. Further, the new concept vehicle's performance specs are just as impressive as the other vehicle's in the Italian automaker's stable. But what sets the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio apart from the rest of the Lamborghini garage is that the new concept vehicle is entirely electric.
The Terzo Millennio was designed in collaboration with MIT. As opposed to the typical EV's battery, the supercar runs on what's known as a supercapacitor, which is essentially a battery that can both discharge and recharge energy more quickly.
Looking at the Terzo, though, the specs under the hood won't be the first thing that people notice. The supercar has a bold, low-slung design that is reminiscent of the bull on Lamborghini's logo.
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The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio was Built in Conjunction with MIT
- By: Joey HaarNov 8, 2017