The company has teamed with the Houston Methodist Research Institute to research bioengineered composites.
Lamborghini has teamed with the Houston Methodist Research Institute to explore potential medical applications for carbon fiber composites.
The automaker has joined a research project that focuses on biocompatibility of composites for use in prosthetic implants and subcutaneous devices.
"The aim is to identify new materials that are lighter, better tolerated by the human body, and more resistant over time than those currently used in the medical field," the company said in a statement.
The automaker last year opened a new carbon-fiber research facility near Seattle, Washington. The Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory is tasked with helping develop new materials for use in Lamborghini's own vehicles and in other industries.
The Raging Bull marque has been using carbon-fiber to help strengthen and lighten its lineup for more than 30 years.