Lamborghini Cnossus student design concept inspired from Countach

Lamborghini Cnossus student design concept inspired from Countach

Called the Cnossus, this Lamborghini is the work of Victor Filipchenko (Filip) in collaboration with talented Portuguese Simoyshem Nelson.

According to the designers, the design was largely inspired by the Lamborghini Countach (1974-1990), but it is evident that the edgy styling of the limited production Reventon special also played a role in the design of the Cnossus Concept. By contemplation of this machine, the designer has come up with modern touches such as the thin, horizontal line of the taillights. But the front spoiler reminds us of the Reventon and the Gallardo LP560-4 unit. He even designed a track monster of the Cnossus, complete with roof mounted air intake and massive rear wing.

The study in question is actually Viktor's final thesis project at Italy's Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan, Italy where he earned his Master's Degree in automotive design.

The name was chosen to honor the ancient city of Cnossus, which was the main city of the island of Crete, the capital of the kingdom of Minos, where the sport of bullfighting was born.



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