The Lamborghini Navarra concept study by Adam Denning

The Lamborghini Navarra concept study by Adam Denning

After the Cnossus, Minotauro, Miura Nuovo, Conquisto, Furia and Toro LA690-4 design concepts, here comes another Lamboghini conceptual study.

The Lamborghini Navarra Concept Study is the work of American Adam Denning, a designer for Lockheed Martin USA, in order to replace the current Murcielago model.

The model was created as a successor to the Bat. Denning tried to imagine all V12 models the company logo from the Miura to the Lamborghini Murcielago, and hence, create a vehicle that not only belonged to this group, but also was output of these models.

He also was inspired by Michelangelo's La Pieta. The shape of the curves and how they intertwine with each other give the Lamborghini Navarra Concept Study these organic forms. "The way Mary's garments flow down and fold over each other was the main inspiration for the Navarra's overlapping surfaces and organic shapes."

Denning, who has a master in Automotive Design from the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan, Italy, says the Lamborghini Navarra Concept Study will be powered by a V12 engine and will use a carbon fiber chassis, along with panels of the same material.


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