In cooperation with the Munich University of Applied Sciences, Lamborghini sponsored the ‘Raw Material’ project tasking students from the German institution to create a series of design concepts for a future ‘Raging Bull’ supercar. The five students that answered to the call displayed their conceptual proposals at the Munich University’s annual college degree show.
Lamborghini RatÛn by Niels Steinhoff
The Lamborghini RatÛn is an aggressively styled concept for a flagship supercar designed to compete against the Bugatti Veyron. Like the Reventon, Steinhoff’s project is inspired by modern stealth fighters such as the F22 Raptor.
Lamborghini Ankonian by Slavche Tanevski
The mid-engined Ankonian is a proposal for a more compact sized Lamborghini supercar employing both ‘soft’ and angular surfaces in the design. Needless to say, it could also form the basis for a future Batmobile.
Lamborghini Timador by Johannes Brandsch
The main objective of this design was to create a lighter supercar through the use of overlapping shells, the biggest one of which forms the shoulders of the car separating the air inlets from the passenger compartment.
Lamborghini Muleta by Dalibor Vidojkovic
Design student Vidojkovic took a different approach with the Muleta ditching the stealth-fighter inspired styling of most modern Lamborghinis for more fluent lines that span across larger surfaces.
Lamborghini New Espada by Fabian Weinert
Said to have been conceived before the Estoque sport sedan concept car, the Fabia Weinert’s New Espada is a study for a modern four-door Lamborghini saloon designed to challenge cars like the Aston Martin Rapide and Porsche Panamera. As its name suggests, the sports saloon’s styling was inspired by the original Espada.