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Is This The Car Lamborghini Should Have Built Instead Of The Centenario?

This thing is basically a missile on four wheels.

The Lamborghini Missile is a concept car from South Korean designer industrial design student Youngjai Jun. We’ve featured Jun’s work on CarBuzz before, but the last time we saw him he was working on an Audi Formula One concept car. This time the young designer has created his own Vision Gran Turismo concept in honor of Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday. The Centenario this is certainly not. Jun’s concept takes its design cues from a missile which is why it has a massive fin popping out of its back.

In addition to its shark fin the Missile concept has a mean shark’s mouth dominated by massive air intakes. While the body looks relatively normal save for those two features a closer inspection reveals odd quirks like a single exhaust pipe. Those doors also seem to be massive as well. Could they perhaps be gullwings? The single strip for the rear lights seems a bit dangerous but damn it looks good. All speculation aside, Jun tells Bold Ride that the Lamborghini Missile concept would pack the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 tuned to make 739 horsepower. Power would be sent to all four wheels still and its top speed would be 220 mph. The Lamborghini Missile is destined to remain a concept. However, wouldn't it be cool to see it in "Gran Turismo 6?"

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