The Lamborghini Furia concept is the work of Amadou Ndiaye,
an industrial design student at the University of Montreal.
The Furia is based on the Lamborghini
Gallardo LP560-4 platform and the proposed drivetrain
includes the same 5.2 litre V10 producing over 550 horsepower.
The Furia is to the Gallardo what the
Reventon is to the Murcielago
The Furia was designed to be an exclusive version of the
Gallardo - in the same way the Reventon
is a limited edition version of the Murcielago.
This means significantly more aggressive and dramatic
lines, especially at the rear where Ndiaye has given the
car a wider stance around the rear wheel arches, larger
air intakes and a heavily revised rear engine cover which
runs up into the roof panel to provide a partially glazed
roof. This has the effect of bringing additional natural
light into the cabin.
From the front angle the differences are less obvious.
The headlights incorporate a unique design feature in
the form of a subtle illuminated strip which runs just
above the main headlights acting as daytime running lights.
The front grilles are enlarged to provide better cooling
airflow, and a pair of discreet driving lights are integrated
into the grille surrounds.
Similar and related vehicles:
Lamborghini Toro LA 690-4
Lamborghini Concept S
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