When it comes to luxury sports cars, Lamborghini is always at the top of the list! For decades, the automobile manufacturer has been making our hearts beat faster with its menacing automobiles and ingenious designs. From the original Lamborghini 350 GT to the Lamborghini Huracán STO, each and every model was designed for innovation, authenticity and, of course, blistering speed. Their cars have been a source of great inspiration for automotive designers and enthusiasts around the world! The result? An endless wealth of Lamborghini-inspired concepts that leave you wanting more. From the Lamborghini Navetta Volante concept, the Italian version of the Tesla Model S, to a Batmobile-inspired Lamborghini, these groundbreaking concepts will have you wishing Lamborghini would soon take them and make them a reality!
Simply titled “Yale”, Wanoco4D mentions that the inspiration for this automobile came from both the Batmobile and James Bond’s car. Although one could argue that one source of inspiration really overshadows the other, the Yale has a faceted, armored design that seems strongly reminiscent of Christian Bale’s bat suit with its chiseled, split surface design. There aren’t too many details on the car’s specifics, especially considering it’s a concept, but some observations include the car’s gullwing doors, the tailgate opening outwards, likely to get Batman a quick vertical one – or to allow exit. and a rear turret cannon in one of the versions of Wanoco4D.
2. The Navetta Volante
With its angular Urus-meets-Model-S styling, the Navetta Volante concept is the perfect blend of Lamborghini’s Raging Bull sports car and a high-end, street-friendly sedan. The concept came from Jamil Ahmed, an automotive designer whose love affair with the Lamborghini brand began when he first saw Diablo when he was younger. The Navetta Volante, which translates to Flying Shuttle, has a 2+2 design (hence the term shuttle) and feels like a cross between the Urus and what Jamil cites as his true inspiration for the car, a lesser-known one Lamborghini concept from 2008 – the Estoque.
3. The xeno
Conceived as a rare Lamborghini type, Aven Shi envisioned the Xeno as an electric hypercar capable of driving off-road when needed. Its ground clearance is marginally higher given that capability, and compared to the Huracan (at the end of the piece), the Xeno has a shorter nose and longer tail. Unlike the Huracan, the Xeno has scissor doors that open to reveal the car’s two-person cockpit inside. The car features a two-piece battery that sits just below the driver and four-wheel drive that gives you ample storage space both front and rear.
4. The massacre concept
The Massacre Concept aims to tone it down and create a car that’s both futuristic and true to Lamborghini’s visual language. The concept car boasts a design inspired by Russia’s Sukhoi Su-57, the first fighter jet to use stealth technology. Just like the fighter jet, the car features a slightly pointed nose that helps cut the air as the vehicle accelerates forward, while carbon fiber flaps at the base of the car’s A-pillar help it maneuver, just like a fighter jet. The car even comes with a cockpit-style single seat to give the driver the impression of maneuvering a jet… but on land.
5. The SDAP
Rather mysteriously titled SDAP, this little concept car by Mexican designer E. Maximiliano Salas was designed to be equal parts exotic and enigmatic…though its ’80s automotive references are all too common. With pop-up headlights that are a great nod to a bygone era of supercars, the SDAP has mixed a little Countach and Diablo and a little ’84 F40 into it, making it a pretty versatile beast. The gritty rendering is no coincidence either, Salas wanted his unusual concept to have a bit of a wait-in-the-shade vibe and hark back to another ’80s phenomenon, the reveal of the time-travelling DeLorean in Back to the Future.
6. The Marzal concept
Created by Parisian designer Andrej Suchov using Gravity Sketch, the Marzal concept is a confluence of sorts, created to be a vehicle that can shine on the tarmac but isn’t afraid to step out of its comfort zone to dominate rough terrain. Its profile certainly captures the signature Lamborghini silhouette with its iconic wedge-shaped design… but with greater ground clearance, a taller rear end and larger tires designed for rough roads. It’s fairly rare to see a Lamborghini with a rear window, and the Marzal boasts one too, although it’s blocked if you include the storage unit. With its aggressive styling and iconic yellow color, the Marzal looks exactly like something Lamborghini would make – a testament to the company’s strong visual language.
7. The Lamborghini LMXX2
Emerging from a Mad Max hellscape, the Lamborghini LMXX2 looks like it could outrun any of Immortan Joe’s henchmen, leaving them in the dust, both literally and figuratively. Hritzkrieg (also in the running for coolest last name) uses just three words to describe his design – Desert + Lambo + Future. He’s not wrong, the LMXX2 looks pretty futuristic at first, and with Lamborghinis already dominating the streets and even the water, it just seems like a natural progression at this point. I’ll wait for the Lamborghini hypersonic jets…
8. The SC18
The SC18 comes from Lamborghini Squadra Corsica Division, which literally means “racing team”. This car isn’t meant for the street, it’s meant for the track, and it has a dominant design to match. A little less than Terzo Millennio’s outright aggressive style, the SC18 still looks set to unleash hell on the track. The SC18 is a one-off model, bespoke for a motorsport client in collaboration with Centro Stile Lamborghini, the car manufacturer’s innovative studio that seeks to further develop Lamborghini’s inimitable style through endless exploration. It features Huracán GT3 EVO-style air intakes with side and rear fenders that look like the Huracan Super Trofeo EVO, while its headlights look distinctly like the Aventador (the taillights are also a hat tip for the Huracan).
9. The Lamborghini E_X
An electric Lamborghini needs to be wild, but not in the same way as a petrol-powered Lamborghini… a design brief that Andrea Ortile aims to demonstrate and explore with his conceptual electric Lamborghini E_X. Unlike fuel-powered engines, which have a reputation for being dirty energy, electric powertrains are much cleaner in terms of sustainability and impact. It is precisely this distinction that carries over to the Lamborghini E_X, which comes with a clean, flawless design characterized by two curved lines that define its side profile. The E_X balances this clean minimalism very well with its characteristic rampaging bull aggressive demeanor. The car’s aesthetic edginess isn’t meant too literally, but its impossibly slim headlights give it that angry look.
Designed as a tribute to Lamborghini’s incredible brand DNA and some spectacular looking cars, as well as a reminder of all the good work the company has done in developing its supercar aesthetic, this is the Forsennato, a Dmitry Lazarev-designed concept car that combines the best bits of Lamborghini’s designs over the years. At first glance, you see headlights that are a hat-tip to the Terzo Millennio’s unconventional, line-based headlights, while the overall front profile is definitely reminiscent of the Aventador, with a little extra angularity. The rear lights follow the design direction of the Veneno and are continued with the Terzo Millennio.
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