As usual, lamborghini always releases a super car that is so beautiful and impressive, besides lamborghini in terms of driving safety is so good. this time I will provide pictures of various types of lamborghini that spoil your eyes.
The Lamborghini Egoista Concept has a futuristic design that looks like a fighter jet. In fact, this car also only has a single seater cockpit which is similar to the cabin of a jet plane. Looks luxurious and exclusive.
This car has no entrance, either from the right or left side. To get into the car, the driver must jump through the windshield that opens upwards, like a fighter plane.
Inside the cabin, there is a single dashboard with an aluminum cockpit and a digital steering screen. This concept car is one of the most expensive in the world, its price reaches USD $ 3 million
Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is one of the rare cars with exorbitant prices. This car was first introduced at the 2010 Paris Motor Show as a concept car and only 20 units were produced worldwide.
This car is sold only for use on special tracks, not on public roads. No wonder the price is exorbitant, around USD$2.8 million
Sesto Elemento in Indonesian means six elements. This car is made from using six different elements.
One of them is a mixture of plastic and carbon fiber for the body which makes the car’s weight lighter. It weighs only 999 kilograms, light enough for a supercar body in its class.
Originally known as the Lamborghini Sian only, Lambo added the FKP 37 in honor of Ferdinand Karl Piëch and his year of birth, 1937. Despite being an important Volkswagen in history, Piëch had close ‘friendships’ with Lamborghini and oversaw Audi’s 1998 acquisition of the Italian company. After leading the VW Group as CEO from 1993 to 2002, he headed Lamborghini until he stepped down and retired in 2015.
“The Lamborghini Sián represents Lamborghini’s first step towards electrification and developing the next generation V12 engine,” said Stefano Domenicali, CEO of Lamborghini. “The Sián moniker, which means ‘light or lightning’ in the Bolognese dialect, represents the first electrification of a Lamborghini production car and underscores our strong relationship with the region in which we operate.”
The two-seater Lamborghini Huracan isn’t designed with practicality as a priority, but in this case it’s not as bad as you might think. As well as a small ‘boot’ under the hood, it offers 60 to 70 liters of space behind the seat (depending on how far you push it), while the floating center console design has freed up a useful rear that is hidden from the range seats.
that’s an impressive image of a lamborghini, later I will post another great image of a lamborghini, thank you