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2013 Lamborghini Egoista

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  • Lamborghini Egoista
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    V10
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    600
  • Displacement:
    5.2 L
  • 0-60 time:
    3 sec. (Est.)
  • Top Speed:
    202 mph (Est.)
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Just when we thought that we knew all there was to know about Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary celebration, they go ahead and unveil a completely unexpected one-off model. This new model, which is dubbed the Egoista, was shown to a select group of 350 faithful customers at a special dinner that the Italian supercar builder held.

The first thing that strikes us as odd, sans the wild styling, is the name, which translates to “Selfish;” that’s quite an unusual name for a car. The Egoista obviously borrowed a lot of its design language from the recently launched Veneno, with its F1-style nose and angular body.

The Egoista’s constructed mostly of carbon fiber and aluminum that is coated in a radar-absorbent material to help keep the cops from clocking you while flying down the highway – fortunately, this is only a concept, so Lambo can do as it pleases with the coating. Orange highlights the car in various areas, including the super-styled wheels and inside the intakes. The oddest of the orange accents is the orange-tinted front windshield.

Click past the jump to read more about the Egoista

UPDATE 5/13/2013: Lamborghini has released additional information and images of the Egoista. See more after the jump.

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What Are The Craziest Supercar Interiors That Money Can Buy?

What Are The Craziest Supercar Interiors That Money Can Buy?

This time, it’s what’s on the inside that counts

We’re gonna be honest here – supercars are just getting ridiculous these days. Let’s start with the performance. We left the 200-mph barrier a long time ago, and the tip-top shelf performance vehicles these days are pushing ever closer to 300 mph thanks to absurd four-figure power numbers, advanced aerodynamics, and spaceship composites under (and over) the skin. Or you could talk about the cost – if you’ve got the connections and the bankroll, it’s not all that difficult to spend millions and millions on just one of these machines. Indeed, the term supercar has taken on new meaning over the past couple years, and that includes evolved cabins to match the insane spec sheets. To celebrate that fact, we’ve assembled the top five craziest supercar interiors that money can buy, right here for your reading and viewing pleasure.

Over the top is a gross understatement when it comes to the following five cars. These things offer levels of opulence usually reserved for mansions, accomplishing the dual goals of looking good and going fast thanks to next-level design, materials, and execution.

Some of them are beautiful, some of them are weird, but all of them are insane in their own special kind of way. Which would you prefer? Or better yet, did we fail to include a crazy supercar interior that tops these five? Let us know in the comments section.

Continue reading to learn more about the craziest supercar interiors that money can buy.

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Lamborghini Trademarks "Egoista"

Lamborghini Trademarks "Egoista"

In 2013, Lamborghini unveiled the Egoista, a concept built to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Described as "a gift from Lamborghini to Lamborghini" which "no one can ever possess," the Egoista features a design inspired by an Apache helicopter, a one-seat interior, and a removable canopy door. Although it said it has no plans to put it in production, Lambo just filed a trademark for the "Egoista" name.

According to Auto Guide, the name was filed under a number of categories, including "vehicles and conveyances," as well as for merchandise such as clothing and toys. There’s no word as to whether the Italians want to turn the concept car into a limited-run production model, but judging by the number of the categories the name was filed under, the Egoista could be used for Lambo’s line of apparel and accessories.

Currently, the Italian brand offers a series of special-edition apparel items and accessories inspired by both the Aventador SV and the Huracan, so new model-specific features aren’t out of the question. There’s also the possibility that Lambo is working on a toned-down, production version of the Egoista, but this scenario isn’t very likely.

Continue reading for the full story.

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2013 Lamborghini Egoista

2013 Lamborghini Egoista

Just when we thought that we knew all there was to know about Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary celebration, they go ahead and unveil a completely unexpected one-off model. This new model, which is dubbed the Egoista, was shown to a select group of 350 faithful customers at a special dinner that the Italian supercar builder held.

The first thing that strikes us as odd, sans the wild styling, is the name, which translates to “Selfish;” that’s quite an unusual name for a car. The Egoista obviously borrowed a lot of its design language from the recently launched Veneno, with its F1-style nose and angular body.

The Egoista’s constructed mostly of carbon fiber and aluminum that is coated in a radar-absorbent material to help keep the cops from clocking you while flying down the highway – fortunately, this is only a concept, so Lambo can do as it pleases with the coating. Orange highlights the car in various areas, including the super-styled wheels and inside the intakes. The oddest of the orange accents is the orange-tinted front windshield.

Click past the jump to read more about the Egoista

UPDATE 5/13/2013: Lamborghini has released additional information and images of the Egoista. See more after the jump.

Read more