Lamborghini Vega Floats The Idea Of A Smaller Supercar Than The Huracan

Have you ever wondered what would happen if something like the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento fused with the Terzo Millennio concept to create a really compact and futuristic-looking new model? That pretty much describes this Vega study, which is an independent digital effort.

Aside from its highly aggressive styling, the Vega also comes with a very short wheelbase, little to no overhangs and a large panoramic roof.

The ideal Baby Lambo

As good as the Huracan is on the track, especially the Performante, Lamborghini could build something smaller, lighter and more agile, if of course they wanted to – or if there was serious demand for it.

Since that’s not the case, all we can do is day dream about such a car, capable perhaps of giving Lotus a run for their money in terms of handling and overall agility. Of course, that doesn’t mean much if the product doesn’t look like it belongs on a Lamborghini assembly line, which thankfully, this Vega concept does.

It’s small, low and seemingly very wide. We also love the styling, both at the front and the rear, where it features a central exhaust system which can be seen spitting flames in one of the images.

Does this mean that the hypothetical baby Lambo is powered by an internal combustion engine? According to its designer, one Grigory Butin, it’s actually a hybrid system, although no further technical details were provided.

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  • Lemuel Taylor

    The nose and tail aren’t bad but definitely not feeling the side profile.

    • Andrewthecarguy

      Definitely not feeling the name either. I mean, zero imagination there.

      • J. P.

        Not to mention that Vega is a Chevy name

        • Andrewthecarguy


    • J-Triumf

      I think the side profile looks great, it still has the great-looking smooth wedge shape that Lambos are known for (and that I wish weren’t restricted to just supercars).

  • Seats & a steering wheel

    SMALLER than a Huracan?… can adults fit inside it?

    • PK

      it depends how tall you are i guess.

  • steelew

    Looks like an i8 with a body kit

  • Teddy Wijaya


  • MarketAndChurch

    I’ve always wanted something smaller than a Huracan. Not that I could afford one, but I’d like to see Lamborghini go after a more urban, compact design with electric power. Something based on the Cayman, and the size of the Cayman. Or even the 911, but with smaller dimensions.

  • MG force.

    orrible design…

  • SteersUright

    Cool? sure, why not? Beautiful? absolutely not.

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