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World's 1st Self-Healing Car

  MIT & Lamborghini's New Breakthrough Technologies                                                                 Source:  Lamborghini & MIT Lamborghini-MIT Terzo Millennio Concept Car Two global innovation leaders - MIT and Lamborghini - have joined forces to develop breakthrough automotive technologies.  What they are developing is really BIG.  They are developing the capability of automotive regeneration, meaning the car self-heals or self-repairs itself.  In fact, the two have created a concept car that includes self-healing:  The Terzo Millennio or Third Millennium concept car. Tech Details MIT and Lamborghini started work on the Terzo Project in 2016. By 2030, they are expected to reach maturity and unveil the world's first fully developed self-healing car, the Terzo Millennio. The team is using nanotechnology, specifically nanotube tech, to create strong, lightweight and self-healing car bodies.  Simultaneously, they are embedding supercapacitors into the car b

Lamborghini & MIT Magnificent Concept Car

  Concept Car with Leading Edge Automotive Technologies                                        Source:  Lamborghini Look at the Future of Driving Lamborghini and MIT's concept car Terzo Millennio showcases the future of cutting edge, automotive technologies.  Lamborghini's first electric concept car was created in partnership with top engineering experts at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).  It is their visionary design for the all-electric sports car of the future with a unique powertrain, no lithium-ion batteries and sleek, futuristic great looks.  They are in the process of developing the breakthrough technologies in the concept to bring them into the real world of driving. Unique Technologies One of the most remarkable aspects of the Terzo Millennio is that the electric motors are embedded in the wheels, which create a powerful form of 4-wheel drive.  It also opens up much more interior and exterior space.  Because of the electric motor placement, the designers o