4 Daring Design Student Lamborghini Concepts

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Students often design the most outrageous (awesome) Lamborghini concept cars.

Design students seem to create the coolest concept cars. They seem indifferent to current trends, focusing instead on designing cars that would be perfect for future generations of drivers. Granted, these cars are rarely viable from both a commercial and a mechanical standpoint, but that doesn't make these futuristic concepts any less awesome. These futuristic concepts are made epically more awesome when they're Lamborghinis. Continue on if you want to see the (possible) future of Lamborghini.

Ondrej Jirec, a student at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, is the designer behind this unnamed Lamborghini concept. Jirec's concept has a futuristic look and is designed to compete with the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. This concept is a bit ahead of its time, but then again, Lamborghini did build the awesome and futuristic-looking Urus and Sesto Elemento, so anything is possible.

Staffordshire (England) University's own Mark Hostler designed the Lamborghini Ferrucio to celebrate the legendary Italian automaker's upcoming 50th anniversary. The Ferrucio was designed as both a nod to the past and future, with Hostler incorporating elements of both the Countach and Miura in his design. This conceptual supercar comes complete with a conceptual 5.0-liter V12 with direct injection, a camless valve system and several turbochargers.

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Andrei Avarvarii has designed an electric-yes, electric-Lamborghini concept that he calls the Minotauro. Avarvarii, a Masters student at Milan's Scuola Politecnica di Design, envisions four electric motors powering his concept. The power would be divided, with 30 percent going to the front wheels and 70 percent going to the back, with a KERS system providing much-needed energy. The Minotauro would seat three and be able to upload its track times in real-time to the Internet.

Russian design student Victor Filipchenko and his Portuguese classmate Nelson Simoes are behind the Lamborghini Cnossus. The two Scuola Politecnica di Design students said that their design was inspired by the legendary Countach, but this Lamborghini looks a tad more modern than the age-old supercar icon.

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