This Lamborghini Shooting Brake Concept Is Our Dream Supercar

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We don't say "shut up and take my money" often. We are now.

In just a couple of months’ time, the Lamborghini Urus will make its official debut. At this very moment, Lamborghini is beginning the initial groundwork for its first-ever sedan. Needless to say, Lamborghini is aggressively expanding from the typical two model lineup, and we’re not at all complaining. But Lamborghini, God bless it, has rarely been afraid to try something new, something the industry hasn’t seen before. After all, this was the automaker that literally invented the first supercar, the Miura, all those years ago.

Heck, founder Ferrucio Lamborghini started this whole thing when Enzo Ferrari managed to piss him off over his inability to build a reliable high-performance car. Point being, Lamborghini really ought to consider building a shooting brake, although a far more radical one than the Ferrari GTC4Lusso. Forget rear passenger comfort and convenience; a Lamborghini shooting brake needs to be all about style. Meet designer Igor Shitikov’s vision of what that Lamborghini shooting brake should look like. In short, it’s stunning. One look at it and it’s absolutely clear this is a Lamborghini in every way shape and form.

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Look at the front fascia, for example. It’s a blend of the current Aventador and, very likely, the Urus. We also definitely see some Sesto Elemento, Reventon and Estoque concept in there as well. Its designer doesn’t say anything about what lies under that long and sculpted hood, but we’d root for the Aventador’s V12 just because. Does a shooting brake like this make sense? Only for Lamborghini it might, even if it were to be just an ultra limited edition, much like the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake. Photos courtesy of Igor Shitikov/Behance.

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