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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Lambo's V12 Vision Gran Turismo unveiled

Seem the supercar development will continue including by creating supercar concepts to compete in the virtual racing through the GranTurismo game on the PlayStation 5 platform. In this case, there're many world-renowned automotive manufacturers have been participated in those virtual races by making their best virtual car concepts. But frequently after making a virtual version car, then the manufacturer immediately makes it into a real-functioned car, can be driven by and even be produced in limited numbers.
Lamborghini V12 Vision GT concept revealed at the 2019 Gran Turismo Championships in Monte Carlo, Monaco. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rpBK1P)
Now Lamborghini seems also interested to take part in enlivening the virtual racing event. This was seen after some time ago the Italian manufacturer displayed a teaser image of its latest supercar mentioned as a supercar was specifically created to take part in that virtual racing event and given the name of Lamborghini V12 Vision Gran Turismo.
The single-seater-influenced Lambo's concept will be only available to drive virtually on Gran Turismo Sport in Spring 2020. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rpBK1P)
Although, previously from the teaser image that has been released, it could only be seen a picture of a supercar's part that is estimated to be a spoiler and diffuser found on the rear. But then the real supercar figure was shown off by the raging bull logoed automotive manufacturer at an event called the 2019 Gran Turismo Championships World Finals, held on November 24, 2019, in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Lamborghini V12 Vision GT concept has a large wing housing a significant Y-taillight dominating the rear. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rpBK1P)
According to Lamborghini, the supercar carries Lamborghini's distinctive DNA design and futuristic traits focus on an iconic single centerline and silhouette while emphasizing a single-seater layout, in its virtual form uses the powertrain from Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 which able to spew power up to 807 horsepower.

This virtual supercar has a sophisticated aerodynamic system while integrating performance surfaces and mind-blowing design, this can be seen from a large wing housing a significant Y-taillight dominating the rear (this part had seemed on the teaser image), the main body disconnected from the fenders, then there's a theme inspired by Lamborghini Marzal in the side windows and also the typical Lamborghini Y-signature for both front and rear lights.
Theoretically, the cabin concept allows the driver to enter the car from the front, like the canopy of a jet fighter. All controls come via the unique steering wheel, with all information projected onto the windscreen.

Even when there was a rumor mentioned that the Italian manufacturer will produce this supercar on a limited number later, but it was denied by the manufacturer. Furthermore explicitly, the Italian company says, that the Vision Gran Turismo projects isn't intended to preview any production model, and has been treated as an opportunity for designers to explore future themes. So it's clear, a real-life version won't be built. 

The video below shows a row of cars from several world-renowned automotive manufacturers that have been competed virtually on the Gran Turismo Sport through the PlayStation platform in 2016.
And the single-seater-influenced Lambo's concept will be only available to drive virtually on Gran Turismo Sport in Spring 2020. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | LAMBORGHINI | FORBES | AUTOCAR]
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