Lamborghini design study revives the wedge-shaped supercar for the 21st century.
While studying at the prestigious Milan-based Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD), Mohammad Hossein Amini Yekta worked on a project in collaboration with Lamborghini that aimed to combine the brand's values with essential lines. The result is the Ganador, whose primary design feature is the division between the upper and lower sections. Using a straight, sloped line that encircles the supercar, the wedge-shaped silhouette is highlighted, while the side windows appear to reflect in the lower air intake.
This is a feature first seen on the 1970 Bertone Stratos Zero Concept, a car that the design student drew inspiration from in creating this elegant Lamborghini. Other highlights of the design include the transparent upper body that contrasts with a muscular, athletic lower part, which according to the designer combine to "resemble a gentleman with a muscular body, wearing a tuxedo." James Bond eat your heart out.