Rendering: This Lamborghini Pickup Doesn’t Care About Your Feelings
The Cheetah was Lamborghini’s first attempt to develop an off-road vehicle. The model is based on FMC’s XR311 prototype developed for the military in 1970 and featured a fiberglass body. Under the hood, it had a 5.9-liter Chrysler engine that delivered a total of 180 horsepower. However, the fact that the engine was placed in the rear gave the Cheetah very poor handling characteristics and the U.S. Army never got to test it. Instead of the Cheetah, Lamborghini developed the LM002 - a model with a similar design and a 12-cylinder engine from the Lamborghini Countach mounted in the front.
Neither of those models were real trucks. And with Lamborghini offering an SUV now, the idea of and Lamborghini truck has been floating around. Our sister site, HotCars, tried to imagine what a Lamborghini truck would look like, and the result is quite impressive.
Rendering: Is this the Electric Lamborghini Supercar of the Future?
Lamborghini CEO, Stephan Winkelmann confirms that 2022 will be the last year for traditional Lamborghinis as the brand takes “the last step of internal combustion engines”. However, there’s no need to be concerned because Lamborghini’s production-heavy vehicles, such as the Aventador, Huracán, and Urus, will all be plug-in hybrids by 2024. But what about the Lamborghini EV scheduled to launch in 2028? Here is an independent rendering from Wang Lei that sheds some light on what we might expect, and it seems to be far from the 2+2 two-door coupe that was previously suggested to be in the works.
Rendering: This is the Ultimate Off-Road Lamborghini
Just like every other supercar manufacturer, Lamborghini wasn’t immune to the SUV craze. After all, SUVs are what people buy these days, and it’s these types of vehicles that will finance these brands to continue making the supercars that we adore. These vehicles also have a degree of off-road capability that, let’s be honest, will barely be used by their owners. Someone, however, tried to design a Lamborghini that is probably no good on-road but instead is one heck of a beast off-road. Enter the Lamborghini LMXX2
Digital Artist Re-Imagines Lambo’s Upcoming V-12 Hybrid
The days of a raging bull with a V-12 as we know it are numbered. However, we do know that as a last hurrah, Lambo will pair its naturally aspirated V-12 along with a hybrid system of some sort. Test mules of the Hybrid-V12 Lambo have already been spotted. While that car is still some time away, a digital artist (uness_design) re-imagines the upcoming flagship V-12 Hybrid with these renders. Let’s break down the design.
Here’s Why The 2023 Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica Is The Ultimate Huracan
Lamborghini loves taking its time with all its iconic models. The Lamborghini Countach was produced for 16 years (1974-1990) while the Lamborghini Diablo stayed around for 11 years (1990-2001), and the Aventador – for 10 years (2011-2021). The Huracan is shaping up to be the latest example of unusually long production. The mid-engine model has already been on the market for eight years, and it just got its 11th iteration, in the form of the 2023 Huracan Tecnica. It seems to be the pinnacle of what the platform can achieve and here’s what makes it the ultimate Huracan.
Here’s An Insight To What The Next Lamborghini V-12 Flagship Would Look Like
With the Lamborghini Aventador officially axed, many wondered what the next flagship Lambo would look like and what engine will it have. While it has been confirmed that the Aventador successor will still have a naturally-aspirated V-12 engine, the prototype is still heavily camouflaged. Luckily, there are enough visible design cues to give us a good idea of what the big “Lambo” would look like. It comes from TheSketchMonkey, and from what Lamborghini has done in the past, we believe this one is quite close to reality.
Will an SUV-inspired design transform the Estoque Into a Success?
Lamborghini started to explore the idea of entering new segments of the car market back in 2008 when it unveiled the Estoque concept car. It was not only the first front-engine vehicle to be introduced by Lamborghini since the LM002, but it was also a four-door coupe.
Customers weren’t really into the idea of Lamborghini making a sedan, and because of the initial negative feedback, the Estoque never made it to production. Lamborghini did however enter new segments of the market with the launch of the Urus which turned out to be a huge success, so would things be different this time around?
Lamborghini Huracan Rayo Wants To Have A Go At 300 MPH
I think we can all agree that the Lamborghini Huracan is a very capable supercar out of the box. Be that as it may, the people at 7X Design thought it would be a good idea to exploit the car’s hardware to its fullest. Moreover, with help from Envisage Group from Coventry, the Huracan received a bespoke new body that seems to have been inspired by the Miura. The results, both visually and performance-wise, are mind-blowing.
These Renderings Show Us What The New Lamborghini Countach Could Have Looked Like
Lamborghini revealed the new Countach earlier this month and it was the talk of the town for a long time. The automaker revived the moniker on its 50th anniversary and based it on the Aventador. While the new Countach came with a lot of elements from the yesteryear model, it wasn’t as old school as a lot of people expected it to be. For a modern car with retro vibes, it did well. But, for a moniker as beloved as the Countach, the car missed out on a lot of stuff.
Since the looks drew polarizing opinions, some rendering artists took it upon themselves to show us what the Countach could’ve looked like if it was a lot more retro and old-school. One of them is Siim Pärn who shared his renderings with us.
We Deserve This Modern Interpretation of the Lamborghini Countach
Retro has definitely made a comeback, as we see an ever-increasing number of retro-futuristic vehicles. The Chevrolet Camaro, Alpine A110, and Mercedes SLS AMG are only some of the great examples out there. This makes us wonder, which iconic car will be next to get its own modern-day successor? It seems Lamborghini is currently busy making performance SUVs and transitioning to electric drivetrains, instead of giving us retro-inspired models. However, an independent design studio by the name ARC Design has given us a glimpse of what a Lamborghini Countach would look like if it was made in 2021.
This Lamborghini Huracan Rendering Has Tons of Terzo Millennio DNA
The Lamborghini Huracan was an impressive machine and after five years on the market, Lamborghini introduced an even stronger model that was more aggressive and lugged around the EVO name. The Huracan EVO was powered by a 5.2-liter V-10 that delivered a cool 631 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque – enough for a 2.9-second sprint to 60 mph and a top speed of 202 mph. Right in the middle between the Huracan’s launch and the launch of the EVO, Lamborghini showed off the Terzo Millennio concept, a four-motor electric hypercar that wasn’t only futuristically aggressive and what could only be estimated as upward of 1,500 horsepower and unthinkable amounts of torque. So what if, in an alternate universe, Lamborghini had based the Huracan EVO on the 2017 Terzo Concept? Well, now we have an answer.
If Lamborghini Really Wants People to Off-Road The Urus, It Should Look Like This
Back when Lamborghini was still teasing the Urus, we were served with a video that showcased the SUV’s Sabbia mode. By the way, Sabbia is the Italian word for sand. For the video, Lamborghini took a pre-production to Dubai, where it was let loose to raise clouds of dust to our entertainment.
Since then, the Urus has established itself a top seller in Lambo’s range and we are willing to bet that no customer took it off the beaten path. Not with the intent to genuinely punish it, that it. Which might change if this digitally rendered off-road kit gets made.
This Wide-Body Lamborghini Murcielago Deserves to Come to Life
The Lamborghini Murcielago may have been discontinued back in 2010, but it’s still being included on lists about the greatest supercars ever built. Yes, it’s not as powerful and fast as its successor, the Aventador, but it’s ageing nicely and it still has what it takes to give modern supercars a run for their money. This widebody rendering by Jonsibal is proof that the Murcielago hasn’t been forgotten and a reminder that this Lambo looks incredible in a racing suit.
This EVE Lamborghini Countach Should Have Been In Cyberpunk 2077
Cyberpunk 2077 is all the rave right now and with load of cars to discover (aka buy, earn, or steal) and drive in the game, it looks like the gaming community is going to have a blast during the incoming holiday season.
Fun aside, one of our favorite pixel manipulators brought back an old design of his and while the car isn’t in the game, we urge the devs to make it available via a future DLC.
Someone Created the Love Child Between the Ferrari F40 and the Lamborghini Countach And It’s Not That Shocking
In the late ’80s, you most likely had either a Ferrari F40 or a Lamborghini Countach poster hanging on your wall. The likelihood of someone having both of these supercars hanging on his or her walls is slim simply because these were such different cars.
While the F40 was all about form following function, the Countach was the polar opposite as the over-the-top styling was not matched by either the driving experience or the performance. So, how do you feel about Abimelec Arellano’s attempt to blend the two into one?