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Italy's Epic New Concept Sports Car

  GAC Barchetta                                                                                Source:  GAC Barchetta Futuristic Car From SciFi Renowned Chinese automaker GAC Group and its new Advanced Design Studio GAC Barchetta in Milan, Italy have produced a futuristic concept car for the ages. The concept, called the GAC Barchetta, is inspired by iconic Italian sports cars from decades ago and is tailored made for Italian sports car enthusiasts. The design team calls it the essence of minimalism, efficiency and simplicity.  It's a two-seat electric sports car.  In just two months, GAC's fully digital design studio in Milan completed this extraordinary concept car, that looks like it came straight out of science fiction. Unique Aspects of the Concept The concept is windowless and roofless.  The vehicle is as low to the ground as you can go, with very low height and exceptionally low clearance. The EV's profile is flat, and the headlights raise and lower from the body of

Lamborghini & MIT's Magnificent E-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