Cyberpunk 2077

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This mod replaces the Rayfield Caliburn with the Terzo Millennio Electric Hypercar by Lamborghini.

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    This is the first mod that I've ever made.

    This mod features a carbon fiber body, full interior makeover, center seat driving position, glowing wheels and some extra touch to make it look nice.

    This mod still work on Patch 2.1 but the carbon fiber was gone (To fix this, please download Material and Texture Override (Legacy))

    • Simply extract the folder to Cyberpunk directory or Move the files to:

    • Steam: 
    \SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Cyberpunk 2077\archive\pc\mod

    \EpicLibrary\Cyberpunk 2077\archive\pc\mod

    • GOG:
    \GOGLibrary\Games\Cyberpunk 2077\archive\pc\mod

    Incompatible with other vehicle mods that replaces Rayfield Caliburn.
    If you are using Appearance Mod Menu, Please change it back to the default version of the vehicle.

    This mod will also replaced wheels for the Rayfield Aerondight "Guinevere" & some of the wheels from Quadra Type-66 because it was sharing the same wheels as the Rayfield Caliburn
    due to some compatibility issues.

    This mod mostly focused on replacing the Black version of Rayfield Caliburn that you can find in the cave.

    How to retrieve the vehicle:

    Updated for Patch 1.5 or higher: to obtain the vehicle required Street Cred 40 before following this tutorial

Quite simply, it's a Lamborghini for the third millennium
The name may point a long way into the future - ‘Terzo Millennio’ means
third millennium - but Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali started the
Terzo project on his arrival at Sant’Agata. The idea was to explore how
to make an EV hypercar dramatic and engaging enough to deliver both the
kerb appeal and performance that makes it worthy of the brand, as well
as engage Lambo’s future audience. The Terzo is basically a rolling
technical test bed designed to challenge current EV thinking and
jump-start a more radical approach.

Special thanks to Nim, CarbineHeroes, ErebusEquity, Halvkyrie for the guide and support.
Thanks to Alphazomega for tools.
Huge thanks to SDC for the sick car model.