2010 Lamborghini Furia Concept Design of Amadou Ndiaye review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 4 January 2010 , 20:01:21 byAngela

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Lamborghini Furia Concept Design of Amadou Ndiaye

Italian carmaker Lamborghini developed a new concept based on a platform similar to the one used for the LP560. There were made some improvements concerning the backside of the vehicle. The headlights were entirely redesigned. The air intakes from the front of the car are more prominent with LED Day light right above. Now, the window which crosses the whole roof makes it possible to illuminate the cockpit, but also allows seeing the engine locates behind the two passengers. The air intake in the back of the side panels allow to cool the engine. This is not all. It also directs another flow of air towards the back aileron which is raised to high speed only. As a conclusion, this model actually represents an exclusive version with an increase in performance and a renewed design that is capable of impressing anyone.

This concept is based on a platform similar to the one used for the LP560

Compared to the Lamborghini LP 560 the shape remains practically the same. The particular improvement concern the backside of the car where headlights were entirely redesign; changes were also made in the front of the car with air intakes more prominent with LED Day light right above. The picture window which crosses the whole roof of the car makes it possible to illuminate the cockpit but also to see the engine located just behind the 2 passengers.

The arrival of air intake in the back of the side panes allows to cool the engine but also to direct another flow of air towards the back aileron which is raised at high speed only .

This concept is what the Reventon is to the Murcielago : an exclusive version with an increase in performance and a renewed design.