Lamborghini Minotauro Car Concept by Andrei Avarvarii

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Lamborghini Minotauro
Designer Andrei Avarvarii has a perspective for a smooth, voluptuous Lamborghini, the very opposite of the very sharp, origami-style of the Lamborghini Reventon. The task in creating this new Lamborghini “Minotauro” lies in not only staying within the robust identity system of the Lambo line, but also for making the vehicle electric! Task of course isn’t creating an electric car. We’ve had electric cars for years now. Nay! The process lies in convincing the individual that not only is it cool to drive a power car. Equipped with several asynchronous motors that separate the power 70% to the back and 30% to the the front axle. The car’s electricity comes by a Li-Tec flatcell battery pack perfectly located at the rear, doubled by way of a KERS system right in front. In the back, the location where the gigantic engine would certainly normally be, there’s a third seat for the individual who goes along for your ride, yelling along with screaming because you’re planning so extremely fast. Usage of this back seats is provided by the extra-long “Lambo door” about the passenger side.
Design Lamborghini Minotauro Car

In 2020, with the acquisition of the new Minotauro, the Lamborghini owner will also get involved in a brand new experience called REAL LIFE ONLINE GAMING. In this scenario the Lamborghini driver can race his car on a real racetrack (like the Nurburgring). The GPS data of his racing lap is uploaded into the Playstation game network as a ghost. PS players from all over the world can race in virtual reality against the Lamborghini owner and try to beat his best lap. This is the car enthusiasts’ social networking for the next decade.

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Detail Lamborghini Minotauro Car Concept
Design by Andrei Avarvarii

 

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    11/10/2011, 08:34 am

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