The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio (English: Third Millennium) is a concept electric hypercar unveiled by Lamborghini, developed in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and is also the first product of a three-year, €600,000 partnership with each other.
- Text originally from the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio's Wikipedia page.
The Terzo Millennio uses high-capacity supercapacitors in lieu of batteries, due to their more rapid storage and discharge of energy. These supercapacitors have been made to simultaneously capture and release energy to give the car an increase in high performance, without having the depend on chemical reactions.
Each wheel, the rims of which glow orange, contains an electric motor, so that the amount of torque can be controlled individually, making the car's stability as good as a modern Formula One car. Because there is a motor on every rim, the car would be all-wheel-drive if it were a running model.
The Terzo Millennio is reported to have an autonomous system, but only for racetrack driving. This system would make the car run a full lap without any mistakes, then teach the driver how to run the lap on their own, using a ghost car, which is based on various racing video game franchises.
The car still inherits the modern Lamborghini design, with the Y-shaped headlights and taillights, and the triangular front trunk and rear engine bay.
Carbon fiber composite is used entirely for the body panels, containing nano-tubes that can repair itself if the factory-fitted sensors detect any small cracks and dents in the panels. The body of the car is monitored by a health system.
The Terzo Millennio was succeeded by the Sián FKP 37, introduced two years later at the 2019 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show, and some of the design elements were integrated into the Sián FKP 37.
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio was added in the Worldwide Launch as a high-end (now mid) Class S car with the following rank statistics:
- Stock rank: 3,288 ( 60)
- rank: 3,440
- rank: 3,618 ( 13)
- rank: 3,798 ( 16)
- rank: 3,986 ( 25)
- rank: 4,205 ( 38)
- rank: 4,411 ( 48)
60 epic blueprints are required to unlock the Terzo and an additional 140 blueprints are required for star ups; a total of 200 blueprints. Blueprints were only obtainable through its special event. Upgrades require 27,726,000 while Import Parts require 14,760,000.
While the Terzo Millennio has quick acceleration and excellent drifting, its top speed isn't anything special and its nitro efficiency is not particularly great. Overall, it is a very 'average' Class S car that doesn't excel at anything in particular.
- Main article: Lamborghini Terzo Millennio (Special Event)
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio Special Event was available between April 12 - May 10, 2019 as part of the Caribbean Update.
3 decals for the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio were obtainable from the special event:
- Stage 17: Rouge Red (3600 required rank)
- Stage 24: Storm Blue (3900 required rank)
- Stage 25: Exclusive Club (Top 10 players and their club members)
This was the last Special Event to have club-based goals, as players were engaging in act called club-hopping during the last days of Special Events that feature it. Because club prizes are always available once minimum number of members have reached it, even for members who did not contribute to the club goal, some players made arrangements with each other where they would temporarily switch clubs to claim prizes from clubs where goals have been met, and return to their home club when all required items have been claimed.
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio was added in the Sixth Anniversary Update as a high-end Class A car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 1313
- Hidden MAX rank: 1570 (+257)
- PRO rank: 1805 (+235)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +54
- Stock to PRO rank difference: 492
- Nitro Efficiency: 5/10/15
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the Terzo Millennio is now a low Class S car.
At stock, the Terzo Millennio features surprisingly mediocre acceleration, low top speed, mediocre handling and drift radius, and a low nitro stat. It resembles the Holden Coupe 60 and Chevrolet Camaro SS in terms of rank distribution as they all have low starting ranks. As the car is upgraded, the acceleration, handling and drifting radius are greatly improved.
Prior to the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the Terzo Millennio was a Class A King and was an excellent option for events that have it as the highest-rated car. With its acceleration, top speed, and nitro duration, the Terzo Millennio would rival the McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, Rezvani Beast Alpha and Ford GT (2017).
As of the 2020 Halloween Update, the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio can be purchased for 3,200,000 which was originally obtainable by reaching Tier 11 of the 6th Anniversary Festival. If viewed in the Tag Racing car selection menu, it showed a price of 20,000 when the option to buy out the car was unavailable. Between November 29 - December 2, 2019 it could be purchased for 18,000.
The Terzo Millennio could be obtained for a second time during the New Year Festival Special between February 2-9, 2020 as a reward for claiming 10 spins. Players who already own the car would receive 3 of its Kit cards instead.
The Terzo Millennio could be obtained for a third time in the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Festival by reaching tier 1 of the premium rewards. Players who already own the car would receive 180,000 instead.
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