The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio will never see production. The company officials calls its latest concept a box — a four wheeled space filled with novel ideas that hint at the future of personal transportation. For generations, Lamborghinis have been at the margins of the automotive world. They are fabulously expensive, brutally fast, and noted for their edgy, angular designs.
Lamborghinis project an image of power, money, sex, and speed. They are cars for arrivistas — people who want the rest of the world to know they have made it, however “it” is defined. The Terzo Millennio is about keeping Lamborhini automobiles relevant for its customers a decade or more from now — when sanitized, cookie cutter autonomous transportation modules will rule the streets, or so we are told.