What would an all-electric Lamborghini look like? Pretty rad!

What comes into your mind when you hear the word: Lamborghini? Bright yellow cars? Raucous V12 engines? Italian flare? Perhaps that scene from The Wolf of Wall Stree, when DiCaprio attempts to drive a white Countach whilst high as a kite? Maybe it’s all those things and more, but one thing won’t be on your mind: electric power. In 2019 Lamborghini showed off a little glimpse into its future with its hybrid-powered Sián. At $3.7 million a piece, a glimpse is all it will be for the majority of us, but still, we can all enjoy it when it looks…

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Elon Musk claims Neuralink created a brain implant that a monkey is using ‘to play video games with his mind’

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