Lambo introduced the concept of a new supercar for the game Gran TurismoNovember 25, 2019
An extravagant Italian supercar will appear in the Gran Turismo car simulator on the PS4 platform starting next spring. The technical and dynamic capabilities of the virtual news are still unknown.
At a special event in Monte Carlo, which is dedicated to the iconic car simulator Gran Turismo, the Italian company Lamborghini presented a very unusual supercar concept, called the V12 Vision Gran Turismo. It is worth noting that at the beginning of last week, the press service of the company zealously published teasers for this car. The prototype shown here is actually a single-seat supercar that will be available for selection in the Gran Turismo Sport car simulator on the PlayStation 4 gaming platform starting next spring.
As with most previous similar concepts created for this very popular game from manufacturers such as Jaguar, Bugatti, Hyundai, Zagato and many others, the design of the latest Lambo hypercar can best be described with the phrase “super-dramatic”.
In fact, it is very difficult to say which external element performs the function of the roof, and which – the door, but at the same time everything in this exterior somehow looks harmonious. Mitya Borkert, who is the director of the Lamborghini Design Center, said in an interview: “The Lambo V12 Vision Gran Turismo was designed to be the best virtual machine that has ever existed for all young gamers and fans of our car brand. Creating such a car is a great opportunity for our designers to prove themselves. “
The V12 Vision Gran Turismo concept will receive an electrified powerplant, as is the recently introduced Sian supercar. The technical details of the new product at the moment are still unknown, but I note that the same Sian has a 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine with a 48-volt soft hybrid system, the total power is 819 horsepower. The first ever Lambo hybrid car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.8 seconds, and the maximum speed is limited to 350 km / h.
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