Lamborghini, the Italian maker of fine tractors, really fast cars, and soon again SUVs, will unveil a new concept car on Monday. The concept car is a collaboration of Lamborghini and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where it will be shown. Lamborghini showed the above teaser image of the car which, thank Ferruccio, does not look like a cross-over utility vehicle.
Nothing is really known about this vehicle other than that it has LED lights (because we can see them in the picture), probably four wheels, and that it will utilize some kind of electric power. And it’s probably nothing like the Huracan RWD Spyder that Jeff drove sometime ago. Like most concepts its purpose is to foreshadow the future of technology and design, and set path for future models.
The really good news is that I will be there for this event, along with every other major automotive media outlet. I’ll have pics and details on Monday! If you have questions, put them in the comments.
Lamborghini and MIT Join Forces For a New Concept Car
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