Lamborghini Trono Concept Is An Electric Hypercar From The Year 3000

Just about every auto manufacturer we know of designs and sometimes builds futuristic concept cars. Ninety-nine percent of the time, these vehicles are built by an auto manufacturer for PR purposes which mainly consist of appearances at large international motor shows and also to give the automotive world some type of idea of what a particular brand has planned for the future. Unfortunately, however good a futuristic concept car may look and if it ever makes production, the actual finished product usually looks nothing like the concept which is a bitter disappointment for the entire petrolhead community.

However, recently we at Enzari have been hearing about a series of new renderings which have surfaced online recently and what they depict is absolutely brilliant. What makes it even better for us all is the fact that the renderings in question don’t depict a concept city car from one of the many mainstream auto manufacturers, instead they depict a futuristic full electric hypercar which just happens to be sporting the famous “Raging Bull” logo of Lamborghini Automobili.

This is it, what you are looking at ladies and gentlemen is the Lamborghini Trono Concept and it looks like it drove to 2019 from the year 3000. The Lamborghini Trono Concept is the end result of a collaboration between three freelance automotive designers, Ramandeep Singh, Narendra Singh and Appu Koshy. According to various motoring publications, the name of this Lamborghini Concept car “Trono” is actually Italian for “throne”, regardless I am pretty sure that you would be as popular as a King if you popped down to the local grocery store in this.

Okay, based on these renderings the Lamborghini TronoConcept looks the business, however if anything it looks like a mixture between Lamborghini’s current V10 flagship model, the Huracan and the insane Lamborghini Terzo Millennio Concept. I am pretty sure I am not the only one that thinks this, however as we can see from these renderings, the Lamborghini TronoConcept does look more like your usual supercar/hypercar, unlike the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio which looks as if it appeared in an episode of the American television series, The Expanse.

Just by looking at these renderings, the Lamborghini TronoConcept also appears to be smaller and more compact than the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio. However, it is nearly impossible to judge the size of a vehicle based on a drawing so we will just have to wait for an example of the Trono Concept to be built in order to see how large it really is. With that being said the Lamborghini Trono Concept does have quite a few nice touches which include horizontal “Y” shaped headlights, an extremely angular design, a full panoramic windshield, and a muscular rear end with “Y” shaped taillights which are joined together by a rather thin light bar.

According to the designers of the outrageous Lamborghini Trono Concept, this futuristic hypercar was rendered with an all electric powertrain in mind. Yes I know electric cars are quick, quiet and are part of the latest trends, but quite honestly I would be much happier with Lamborghini’s current 6.5 liter, naturally aspirated V12 engine from the Aventador SVJ mounted at the rear. No matter how good a supercar or hypercar may look, what is the point if it isn’t loud and if it doesn’t have a massive fire breathing engine at the rear? Yeah, exactly it isn’t really a truesupercar/hypercar then is it?

However, obviously it will be quite some time until exotic auto manufacturers like Lamborghini start producing vehicles like the Trono Concept. As I mentioned earlier in this article, most concept cars are built by an auto manufacturer for PR purposes and never make production and quite honestly I think the Lamborghini Trono Concept is one of those concept cars. Nonetheless the Lamborghini Trono Concept still looks superb and despite Lamborghini designing a fair few outrageous concept cars over the years, the Trono Concept is definitely one of my all time favourites.

Steve & Chris Parry are contributors from stevespeedza.blogspot.com

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