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Lamborghini Indomable Design Study

While getting ready to unveil the replacement for the Murcielago, the Jota, at the Paris Auto Show next month, supercar manufacturer Lamborghini still has time to guide the drawing hands of automotive students. It did so with Daniel Chinchilla Ochoa and Alberto Fernandez Albilares, two of the students who attended the Car Design Master at Milan-based Scuola Politecnica di Design.

While attending the Master, the two students, helped by the head of the Centro Stile Filipo Perini and designer Alessandro Salvagnin, created the Gallardo-based Indomable, a car which takes inspiration in the new generation F22 jet fighter.

The car has been envisioned as a V10-powered monster, with the engine is visible through a Y-shaped glass surface. The bonnet of the car features elements borrowed from the F22, while the two rectangular intakes provide cooling to the brakes. At the back, the tail light acts as a
wing and integrates LED lights with a honeycomb shape.

"Soft transitions between the surfaces with hard cuts are the main design cues. These create the functional elements of the car," one of the designers of the vehicle, Daniel Chinchilla Ochoa, told Car Body Design.

“The side view shows an abstraction of a folded wing, which gives the feeling that the car is waiting for the action, like a jetfighter before the take off in a carrier."

Of course, as it usually happens with this kind of design studies, the Indomable will likely remain a production concept. One which, although great looking, doesn't bring many changes to the car it is based on.
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