Lamborghini Ankonian Concept
Designed by Slavche Tanevsky with some help from professional designers at Lamborghini and Audi
, the concept with all those lines is a more aggressive version of the famous Lamborghini Reventon. The mid-engined supercar has a narrow and rather complex-looking body, with a garnishing of GT proportions. Thin organic LEDs embedded between the surfaces work as headlights. The concept was named after a bull type famous for black hair.
Lamborghini Reventon Roadster
This is a beautiful concept turned into a real car
. Reventon Roadster costs around $1.6 million dollars and only 20 cars were made with one additional car produced for the Lamborghini Museum. It ranks as one of the most powerful and expensive Lamborghini road cars to date. The 2-door coupe's exterior styling was inspired by the fastest airplanes and to emphasize this, Lamborghini staged a race between a Reventon and a Panavia Tornado fighter plane.
Lamborghini Embolado Concept
The Lamborghini Embolado is an extreme sports car characterized by an aggressive design with sharp and steady lines. Designed by a talented Italian design student Luca Serafini, the name of the concept derives from a Spanish festival called "Embolado Bull" where balls of flammable material are attached to the horns of a bull and lit on fire. The bull is then set free in the streets at night.
Lamborghini Furia Concept
Inspired by the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, designer Amadou Ndiaye has come up with a new version, the Furia, which is designed with more dramatic and aggressive lines. The proposed drivetrain includes a 5.2 litre V10 producing over 550 bhp. The car has been given a wider stance around the rear wheel arches. It has larger air intakes and a heavily revised rear engine cover which runs up into the roof panel to provide a partially glazed roof. This has the effect of bringing additional natural light into the cabin.
Lamborghini Ratun Concept
This is a beautiful Lamborghini concept car designed by Niels Steinhoff to compete against the Bugatti Veyron. The car is formed out of one central, jet-like body and added wings, which form the fenders. Fitting the extreme over-the-edge style of the car are some humoristic features like the machine-gun inspired headlights and the wheels, which have the form of an atomic warning symbol. The concept takes the aircraft-inspired design, which began with the Lamborghini Reventon, to the next level.
Lamborghini Cachazo Concept
Designer Marouane Bembli thinks this car could be a suitable replacement for the Lamborghini Gallardo. The concept car has been created with Lamborghini's design language in mind, though with some alterations that would give the concept its own place to stand. The Cachazo concept's powerhouse uses ethanol for power. While the choice does not significantly affect the power output, it does give the supercar a greener aura.
Lamborghini Timador Concept
Designer Johannes Brandsch wanted to create a lighter supercar and the idea has been very well executed in the Lamborghini Timador design through the use of overlapping shells. The biggest one of these shells forms the shoulders of the car separating the air inlets from the passenger compartment.
Lamborghini Madura Concept
Designed by Slavche Tanevsky, this concept was created in collaboration with Lamborghini's and Audi's designers, and is a proposal for the first hybrid Lamborghini that is scheduled for a 2016 launch. The car is named after the island in Indonesia, which is famous for bull races. Producing a car more efficient and more nature-friendly, doesn't necessarily mean it shouldn't be exciting, good-looking and fast. Here's an example.
Lamborghini Insecta Concept
The design of this Lamborghini concept combines the brand's styling cues with elements inspired by insect exoskeletons, in particular the armored casings which protect beetles. Viewed from the top and the rear this organic influence is most apparent. And despite the fact that the common beetle shares little in common with the world of high performance supercars, the inspiration has been successfully translated and integrated into the overall design superbly. The Lamborghini Insecta concept was created by Iulian Bumbu, a Romanian designer.
Lamborghini X Concept
Emil Baddad, an extremely talented artist from Iran, was not very satisfied with the design of Lamborghini Reventon, so he decided to make a new design for it. The front of the supercar
looks great with large wheels and the car as a whole has a square-like body. Lambos are usually associated with bulls, but this can be compared to a shark.