Lamborghini Trono Is A Cross Between Terzo Millennio And Huracan

Another day, another mad Lamborghini concept that looks like it’s coming from the year 2999 or so. It’s called the Trono, which means ‘throne’ in Italian, and according to its designers, it’s supposed to depict a hybrid hypercar.

The Trono is the result of a collaboration between designers Ramandeep Singh, Narendra Singh and Appu Koshy, and as far as we can tell, it looks a lot like a mix between the Terzo Millennio concept and a modern-day Huracan.

Unlike the Terzo Millennio, which looks like something out of The Expanse, the Trono has more of a typical supercar/hypercar form factor, and appears to be rather compact in size, although it’s hard to be certain based on drawings alone.

So what’s to like about it? You probably already noticed the horizontal Y-shaped headlight graphics, insanely angular styling, panoramic windshield, massive wheels and beefy rear end with yet another pair of Y-shaped light clusters, although these are joined together by a very thin light bar, similar to the design of yet another Lamborghini render, dubbed Concepto X.

If we had to choose our favorite CGI Lamborghini ever, we’d feel quite comfortable putting the Trono in the same category as the Forsennato and the previously-mentioned Concepto X. Which one do you like most though? We’d probably go for the Terzo Millennio, but feel free to chip in on the comments right below.

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  • salamOOn

    nothing new to see, designing a lambo concept is the easy way around for many “designers”…

    • Adilos Nave

      Don’t think “designers” is necessary. These guys are definitely classically trained transportation designers with top-notch skills. Agree that it’s probably easier to create a concept using Lamborghini’s well-defined visual brand language but that shouldn’t diminish the quality of work shown here.

      • salamOOn

        the second part of my sentence is meant to be general, not specific.

      • Mark Seven-Ultranine

        See my comment above. Designers, artists, what difference does to make? Their creativity is beautiful and exciting.

    • Mark Seven-Ultranine

      They are artists. Exceptional ones at that. Existing cars are used as reference material all the time with no implications. Great stuff. Check out “wizzoo7.”

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  • donald seymour

    Nah, it’s an educational use and no sales.

  • Big Black Duck

    Looks soo Bad A$$…Lambo as always..

  • MarketAndChurch

    Lots of potential. Rear fender, the side profile after the front fender, and the roof look great. The front fender, front end, and rear end could use some work. Maybe come up with a new direction that Lambo should go in. Mayybe instead of a jet-fighter as your inspiration, you could do a boat/yacht. The fighter-jet look is way too generic and overdone to death.

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