Lamborghini Ankonian is a concept supercar created by designer Slavche Tanevski, as part of a project at the Munich University of Applied Sciences. The Ankonian also gets its name from a bull, keeping the tradition of the creator of the auto brand, Feruccio Lamborghini.
This concept vehicle, as any Lamborghini, is quite low, has a long and narrow body and a complex exterior design. There are no technical specs available, but we can assume that it will probably fit in the Lamborghini supercars range.
While the Ankonian is not necessarily a beautiful car, it sure has a raw, aggressive look and it could be compared to a Stealth bomber or it could well be something the Dark Knight would ride in.
The Lamborghini Insecta concept was designed by Iulian Bumbu, who in 2008 completed the Transportation Design Master Course with Alfa Romeo at the Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD) in Milan. The length of the Insecta concept car is 4300mm (169 inches), similar to that of the Lamborghini Gallardo, however the Insecta is lower and wider than the Gallardo, plus it features a slightly longer wheelbase.
The Lamborghini concept supercar is powered by a 5 litre V10 engine and it uses the same drivetrain as the Gallardo. This supercar comes with a glass engine cover that blends into the glass roof of the vehicle and, as far as the bodywork is concerned, it’s all carbon fibre to reduce weight.
Inside the Lamborghini concept you’ll find a deep bucket seats, a high center console and an U-shaped sports steering wheel.
[via Diseno Art]