(18 votes, average: 3.72 out of 5)
Loading...We got to see a lot of Lamborghini concepts over the years, but few designers were bold enough to go Mad Max style on the famous supercar. Among them we find the Lamborghini Toro, an exotic supercar of 2050 rendered by Andrew Michael Robertson.
This model feels like some sort of post apocalyptic vehicle, mixed with a rudimentary kart and a sketch of a LEGO Movie supercar. It comes with a multi segmented facade and perhaps an exaggerated front wing. The wheels don’t have much substance and the way they’re integrated into the design feels like they’re a bit fragile. There’s a bit of Batmobile in this model, the one from The Dark Knight Rises, with the oversized front.
The sides are very trimmed, compared to the wide back and front and this model seems pretty tall, in my vision. Lamborghini Toro 2050 is certainly an exotic supercar and it’s really a vehicle from 2050, it should have some sort of futuristic energy on board. Could it be hydrogen powered, solar powered or fueled by some other new chemical process? The back side feels a bit too complicated compared to the usual Lambo simplicity…
(22 votes, average: 4.73 out of 5)
Loading...Created by Thomas Granjard, the Lamborghini Diamante concept supercar is a vehicle meant for the year 2023. The Diamante idea comes from the facets of diamonds and the reflection effect they offer. That turns this vehicle into a mysterious and precious work of art.
The exterior of the car is very sharp and feels to me like the combo between a wasp and a Citroen GT made beefier. The lower area at the front features a sharp carbon fiber spoiler and the end of the Diamante feels very aerodynamic here. The wing mirrors and cameras have been hidden in the front wheel arches here and the movable wings, too.
Since this is 2023 and oil is scarce, this is a supercar powered by 4 electric motors, that are based on batteries charged by using two micro jet turbines. Inside we get a LCD display integrated into the upper part of the steering wheel and the interior is “human inspired”. Fuels of the Lamborghini Diamante include diesel, bio fuels, compressed natural gas and liquid petroleum gas.
The 4 electric motors produce 800 BHO and 1600 Nm torque, plus we’ve got Kers here and the energy returns to the batteries that way. This electric Lamborghini concept is able to produce a total of 965 BHP. Is it 2023 yet?
(33 votes, average: 4.30 out of 5)
Loading...Can you imagine a Formula 1 Lamborghini car that can also compete at Le Mans? Well, such a design was created by Sabino Leerentveld and you can see the concept Lamborghini below. This car weighs 700 kg and packs an incredible 1,200 horsepower.
The vehicle borrows design traits from the top class racing segments. Lamborghini LMP-F has a front side and lateral air intakes that look a lot like those used in Formula 1, while the rear side of the supercar is classic Le Mans race car design. The specifications of this model are imagined ones: 22,000 rpm engine, 0-60 mph in 1.8 seconds and top speed of 263 mph.
Also, this Lambo prototype has a low downforce aerodynamic setup and the designer admits that his creations belong in the gaming world for now and not on the track. What do you say?
(29 votes, average: 4.17 out of 5)
Loading...Believe it or not, the Lamborghini Indomable concept pictured below might actually make it to production, despite sporting an incredible feat: 2,000 hp of raw power. This project was created by Daniel Chinchilla Ochoa and Alberto Fernandez Albilares, as part of a program sponsored by Lamboghini.
However, don’t expect Lambo to build this model, since a company called 215 Racing already set its eyes on the supercar and bought the rights to create it. A production version based on these images is expected and in the end the vehicle might not even be a Lambo at all, being called Mostro Di-Potenza SF22.
This newcomer will get a mid-mounted twin turbocharged 9.4 liter V8 engine, a 6 speed sequential gearbox and 2,000 pound feet of torque. 50 units of the SF22 will be created and the price will be a very reasonable $950,000 for such a monster…
(23 votes, average: 4.30 out of 5)
Loading...The Lamborghini Madura concept car was imagined by Slavche Tanevsky, a student at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich. It was created in partnership with Lamborghini and Audi designers for Lamborghini’s Raw Materials Project.
Slavche has designed a model with the classic, aggressive lines of a Lambo, but with a hybrid engine. This concept vehicle carries the name of an island in Indonesia, well known for its bull races.
Although it slightly resembles the Reventon and the Estoque, the overall design of this hybrid concept car is more aggressive and more focused. The front-mid placed hybrid drivetrain is “hidden” under the curvy hood. In the front side the Madura has huge air intakes and slim headlights, oriented in such a way to accentuate the cars’ width.
“The Madura is a proposal for the first hybrid Lamborghini scheduled for 2016. Doing a car more efficient and more nature-friendly, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be exciting, good-looking and fast. (But) in my opinion this new propulsion system should be represented on the looks of the car.” said Tanevsky.
(29 votes, average: 4.03 out of 5)
Loading...Emil Baddal didn’t seem to like the Lamborghini Reventon supercar, so the talent Iranian artist created his own view of the vehicle, known as the Lamborghini X Concept. Who needs a complicated branding for such a beautiful concept car?
The front of the supercar looks great, but I have to say that Lamborghini X is a tad bulky and its wheels are far too big to be practical. Also, the concept is square-ish and it lacks the sensuality and curves that were present (although a little bit) on the latest Lamborghini models.
Since Lambos are usually associated with bulls, I’d have to compare the X with a shark, simply by having a look at its front side. How many horse power would one hide under this beast’s carbon fibre chassis? Would this defeat a Veyron? How about a GTR?