Let’s think about it once. How much time does it consume to recharge the battery for a supercar? How much space do the engines take up? How much heavier does it gets? How much does it cost to fix the damages on the car? The new car answers it all.
Lamborghini's latest Terzo Millennio is an invention of the Convention bodies. In collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, the automobile giant takes aboard the prospective plan on the futuristic automobile to bring dreams into tangible form.
From powering to healing the tiny cracks, the Terzo Millennio has the vast potentiality to characterize itself as “SUPERCAR.” On the verge of technological supremacy, this new car upholds the race in car industries.
The car possesses energy storage system for swift powering of batteries and also can bear more energy than a regular car battery. This is where supercapacitors come into action. Supercapacitors for these cars are made up of the malleable carbon elements which enable the car to have relatively smaller and lighter battery in comparison to that of conventional types.
To add up, the car uses a sensor to constantly diagnose the fissure and fix itself by fitting in nanotubes to block further expansion of the crack/fissure. Known for their well-toned sleek design and speed, the company will also focus on developing in-wheel electric motors, to abolish the requirement of a single large engine.
Stefano Domenicali, manager and CEO of Lamborghini praises the MIT laureates and states, "Collaborating with MIT for our research and development department is an exceptional opportunity to do what Lamborghini has always been very good at – rewriting the rules on super sports cars."
Mircea Dinca, an associate professor of chemistry at MIT tells, “A lot of the innovation that came and made its way into consumer cars started with things like Formula 1 and supercars. I think that if Lamborghini—and we—deliver on this promise, it will be really cool for the future of all transportation.”
Both the institutes are hopeful that Terzo Millennio translated as the “third millennium,” with its advanced features will establish itself very soon as a boon to mankind.