By drawing up the Terzo Millennio concept, Lamborghini proved that no design is too busy, or overly aggressive, for them to consider.
If you like that sort of thing, then we will gladly introduce you to the Forsennato, which is Italian for "Lunatic" and/or "Madman". The name definitely fits the concept's description.
The rendering was penned by designer Dmitry Lazarev, who seemingly took as many design cues as possible from past and current Lamborghinis, putting together a car worthy of the Italian company's badge.
Visually, the headlights look completely unlike anything we've ever seen on a Lambo, although the Y-shaped surfaces endure and can be found embedded in the front fascia, on the sides and at the rear, more specifically at the taillight graphics. Since we mentioned the rear end, it reminds us a little bit of the Lykan Hypersport, although it's a lot sleeker and seems wider.