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Zagato Raptor sketch
Make Zagato
Model Raptor
Concept year 1996
Production year -
Engine Lamborghini V12

The Zagato Raptor was a Lamborghini powered supercar concept first displayed at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show.

The Zagato Raptor was powered by a Lamborghini V12 engine
In designing the Raptor, Zagato used the computer aided design (CAD) which for 1996 was quite revolutionary. This allowed Zagato to develop the prototype in just four months without having to build a clay scale model.

The Zagato Raptor was based around a tubular box-section chassis, powered by a Lamborghini V12 driving all four wheels, and was a fully functioning prototype. Access to the interior was though an upward-lifting windscreen, roof section and doors (see the Saab Aero-X concept for a similar entry mechanism).

Originally it was hoped that there would be a limited production run of around 50 Zagato Raptor's but this never proved to be the case despite a positive reaction from the public. Instead Lamborghini decided to restyle the Diablo before moving on to the next supercar, the Murcielago.

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Lamborghini Miura Concept
Lamborghini Concept S
Murcielago Barchetta
Murcielago Cala
Zagato Diatto Ottovu

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