Lamborghini ‘Celestial’ Render Looks More Evil Than A Decepticon

Whether it’s a real life concept car or somebody’s idea of a good time using Photoshop, drawing up a Lamborghini-inspired supercar will, more often than not, yield spectacular results.

If it’s a render, like this one courtesy of Hitster Media, all you need to do is utilize some Lamborghini design elements, and odds are you’ll have a hit. It’s been the case with multiple other raging bull renders, such as the Forsennato and the Concepto X.

So what can we tell you about the Celestial? One, not a bad choice as far as nameplates are concerned, though it doesn’t adhere to Lamborghini’s policy of naming its cars after fighting bulls.

Two, that massive panoramic windshield should make for a bright cockpit – but the A-pillars that meet up with the flared fenders would create some very annoying blind spots.

The styling is pretty unique. It’s instantly recognizable as a Lamborghini, but the front end design, for example, doesn’t appear to have been borrowed from anywhere.

If we were to grade it according to how menacing it looks, we’d say an argument could be made in favor of a perfect 10/10. However, since that score should really be reserved for the Terzo Millennio Concept, we’ll give this one a nine.

  • fgclolz

    So this is what happened to Ultron.

    • PK

      ultron who?


    So ugly it will fit right in with all the other atrocious renderings I’ve seen posted here.

  • The side is like combining Lykan and Aventador. The front is way… way.. too short. Maybe for hot wheels car but for Lambo? nah

    • Bash

      100% agree with, I cant unseen the Lykan side..

  • WG

    Which way is the front, which is the rear?

    • Zandit75

      A very confusing design!
      The rear wheels looks to be about 2′ too far back. Very out of proportion.

  • Mark Seven-Ultranine

    And how many car designs have you guys had built? It’s a “Concept.” That’s why they call it a “Concept.”

  • Evo45

    Mitsubishi is that you?

    (Bad)jokes aside, that render looks interesting for a Lamborghini concept

  • Bo Hanan

    I like it! But I don’t feel good about it.

  • Bash

    Maybe black will fix that front end. But otherwise I love it.

  • MarketAndChurch

    I wish designers designing these renderings would focus their energies on making SUV’s and Sedans as exciting as the sportscars they bring out.

  • Celestial Being’s daily ride.

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