On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the fabled car manufacturer Lamborghini that’s going to happen next year, Mark Hostler, a transportation design student at Staffordshire University has penned down a futuristic model, the Lamborghini Ferruccio concept.
The first to cross our eyesight is the sloping front end, as well as the enlarged rear width. There resemble the old Countach, one of the greatest supercars to have ever been manufactured. In contrast, some more docile appearance has been given to the front and rear wings, which were rounded to some extent – that brings the Miura in our mind.
Appearing very futuristic and sleek, the nose has received a sharp look, while the intakes, found throughout the roof and the body, bear characteristics from the “stealth fighter” Lamborghini design template.
Another contrast is quite unique to this supercar, namely the dual approach of the designer into eco-friendliness and extreme performance. The car supposedly uses a 5.0-liter V12 engine, whose valves are controlled by a computer through pneumatic solenoids. Thus, a typical Lamborghini vehicle coexists with cleanness and efficiency.
The photos below speak for themselves, simply because this marvel of design and engineering can hardly be described in words, let alone a single-page article.