Available for PS4 from next spring.
At the 2019 world finals of the FIA-Certified Gran Turismo Championship in Monte Carlo, Lamborghini unveiled the V12 Vision Gran Turismo concept that was teased earlier this week. The prototype displayed there is, in fact, an actual single-seater, which will be available for gamers to drive in Gran Turismo Sport for PlayStation 4 from the spring of next year.
As with most previous Vision Gran Turismo concepts from manufacturers like Jaguar, Bugatti, Hyundai, Zagato, and many more, the design of Lambo’s latest hypercar can be best described as super dramatic. It’s actually very difficult to say which exterior component acts as a roof and which one is the door but, at the same time, it somehow manages to look harmonic and is not too busy on the eye. Mitja Borkert, director of Lamborghini’s design centre, explains more:
“The Lambo V12 Vision Gran Turismo was designed to be the best virtual car ever for all the young gamers and fans who love our brand. It is an opportunity for the genius and talent of our designers to fully express themselves and imagine a car that is not only fascinating and incredible to drive, but also reflects the design centre's commitment to developing innovative technologies, especially in the field of light materials and hybridisation."
More Vision GT concepts:
- You can now virtually drive the Hyundai N 2025 Vision GT concept
- McLaren Ultimate Vision GT Unveiled For Gran Turismo Sport
- Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo revealed as a slinky, all-electric virtual racer
- Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo is a 600hp track toy
Speaking of hybridisation, the V12 Vision Gran Turismo uses the same electrified powertrain that powers the Sian. The Italian company is not revealing more tech details about its latest creation but most of you can probably recall the Sian has a 6.5-litre V12 naturally aspirated engine accompanied by a 48-volt mild-hybrid system for a grand total of 808 bhp. Lambo’s first-ever hybrid sprints from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds and the top speed is electronically governed at 217 mph.
As far as the new concept’s dynamic capabilities are concerned, we’ll have to wait until the car debuts for the Gran Turismo Sport to know more.