Lamborghini Ferruccio Concept by Mark Hostler


A design student from England has created a futuristic concept for Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary.

Mark Hostler of Staffordshire University in England has created a concept car in tribute to Lamborghini's 50th anniversary next year. The transportation design student created his Ferruccio concept to directly compete against Lamborghini's Italian rival's legendary Ferrari Enzo. The super-aggressive Lamborghini Ferruccio concept takes its cues from the lineup of V12s the Italian supercar maker has produced over the years.

Hostler created the Ferruccio's steep front windshield to mimic the Countach and the design language is said to reflect the Miura. "The Ferruccio is a car designed to showcase both the past and future of Lamborghini, showing how new design and technologies blend seamlessly with the company's rich heritage and history," said Hostler of his creation. The technological aspect comes in the form of efficient parts and pieces. Motivation comes in the form of a more fuel-efficient 5.0-liter V12 complete with direct injection, camless valve system and 'several turbochargers.'

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