Lamborghini Lambo V12 GT Vision Gran Turismo Goes on Display at Museum Show
Lamborghini apparently runs a museum dedicated to showing off their aggressive supercars. The Museo Delle Tecnologie, located in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy. With a revolving showcase of the company’s wildest rides, the museum always is looking to outdo itself.
The latest star of the exhibition is the Lambo V12 GT Vision Gran Turismo. The one-off hypercar concept was debuted in 2019 at Monte Carlo, alongside the finals of the FIA Gran Turismo Championships.
Lamborghini fitted the V12 GT Vision Gran Turismo with their hybrid 6.5L naturally aspirated V12 powertrain, also found in the Sian FKP 37. That giant V12 combines with an electric motor to deliver a very respectable 808 horsepower.
If we assume the same speed as the Sian, then the GT Vision would get up to 62 mph or 100 km/h in less than 2.8 seconds, and fly up to 217 mph.
Each month, from August to December, you can admire the first visionary creations, such as the Miura and the Countach, the most recent super sports cars like the Urus, Huracan EVO Spyder, and Aventador SVJ, and on to the latest one-offs and few-offs, all with open doors.
Thankfully, Lamborghini have put their concept on the internet, with a full virtual version available for Gran Turismo Sport on Playstation. However, if you don’t have the game, or are just desperate for a trip outside of the house, don a mask and get to that museum!