Forged Carbon has made many projects easier and ultimately completed, but what exactly is behind this mosaic-like material that can be shown in full glory? But first you have to look into the past to understand how the Forged Carbon had developed. As early as 2008, Lamborghini started producing the Forged Carbon Fibers. Before that, there were several strength tests that brought strength and strength to the material through constant improvements. From here, the technology was first installed in 2010 in the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, this model Lamborghini with only 20 copies on the market, and is still one of the most accessible hypercars in the automotive industry. Lamborghini unveiled the Forged Carbon 2017 at the GENF, and presented it with the title: Material of the Future.


At first sight, it is immediately visible that it has a completely different structure than the conventional carbon which is still incorporated into the most modern sports car to this day. The biggest advantage here is the production, because Forged Carbon is produced in much less time than the conventional technologies, making this material a true savior for the automakers. In addition, the strength acts just like the normal carbon, and thus Lamborghinis future material for all upcoming Hypercars is. The structure of the material resembles a mosaic image and shows something new with each fiber, on our Carbofy smartphone cases, each case is something special, because all fibers hold each other differently in resin each cell phone case is a single 1/1 copy of Carbofy®.

As our product range is steadily expanding, we are proud to say that there is still much to be done in the direction of the Forged Carbon, as we are more than enthusiastic about the material itself and also hope that you are more than satisfied with our products. Lamborghini has managed to produce a material that can not only be used in the automotive industry, and thus facilitates some production. The aviation industry has become equally attentive and we are all curious how the material Forged Carbon will help us in the future.