The Lamborghini concept car showcases current designs of the company while incorporating the future of performance and environmentally-consciousness innovation.
Next year, famed carmaker Lamborghini will celebrate its 50-year anniversary. The brand, famous for its technological innovations and flamboyant designs, is already being celebrated by car enthusiasts worldwide. Recently, a student at Staffordshire University in the UK has designed a Batmobile-like concept car for the iconic automaker. Mark Hostler created the Lamborghini Ferruccio with a balance of superior performance and environmental consciousness, all the while boasting the cool design reminiscent of the Batmobile. His supercar concept is also a blend of the shapes and details of various Lamborghini cars from the past, some of which include the stealth-fighter lines of the Reventon and Aventador and the rounded front and rear wings of the Miura.
The Ferruccio is equipped with a 5.0-liter V12 engine featuring twin-turbochargers and a direct-injection system. This smaller, yet still powerful engine reflects Lamborghini’s power philosophies while still being environmentally conscious. Take a first look at this concept car below.
Check out a video of the car in action: