Anybody that has a self-professed affinity for supercars will attest that a Lamborghini is right up there in the annals of exotic royalty. With a design language that screams pure unadulterated aggression, Lamborghini’s have always been close to the hearts of exotic lovers from all corners of the world.
So what happens when you have an amazing designer doing his own rendition of what a future Lamborghini supercar is going to look like? All hell breaks loose, that’s what.
Sabino Leerentveld is definitely one talented cat. His past works have already been featured in our site, including the 2011 Nazca C2, so he definitely has that keen eye and creative mind that we all love and appreciate.
His latest creation, the Lamborghini PML-F, will certainly make the boys over at Sant’Agata proud.
Looking like a cross between an LMP1 racer and a Formula One race car, the PML-F departs from Lamborghini’s iconic design language and is built with an added dose of aggressive edges. The two-seater superduper car has an enormous back wing and an elongated front end with a central fin and an F1-style nose.
In terms of performance, Leerentveld chalked in a 3.0-liter V12 engine with 1,200 horsepower, giving it enough power to justify the rocket ship styling. Add these numbers to a body that weighs just 700 kilos, and you get a car that’s as racy and sharp looking as it is mind-numbingly fast.
Now we don’t expect Lamborghini to come out with a car like this anytime soon, but at some point in the future, there’s bound to be a shift in focus for the Raging Bull. Here’s to hoping that their cars of the future will at least resemble Sabino Leerentveld’s latest masterpiece.