2010 LAMBORGHINI CNOSSUS CONCEPT
The Lamborghini Cnossus Concept was designed by Russian student Victor Filipchenko with the help of his Portuguese colleague Nelson Simoes as part of their final thesis project at Italy’s Scuola Politecnica di Design.
There is a design study for a supercar concept named after the ancient Greek city of Cnossus (Knossus) on the island of Crete. The designers claim to have been inspired by the Lamborghini Countach, though it is evident that the edgy styling of the limited production Reventon special also played a role in the design of the Cnossus Concept.
2010 IBIZA SC LIMITED EDITION
The Ibiza SC Limited Edition comes in a Lamborghini-like “Lumina Orange” finish and only with the not-so sporty 105HP 1.6-liter petrol engine. The production run will be limited to 300 cars. The specialness of the car comes from an extra equipment package that adds value via numerous features.
Lumina Orange are two-tone color theme, and then continued inside as the air-vent rings, gearbox knob, door panel trims as well as the seams on the thick-rimmed steering wheel and sport seats are all finished in orange. The aluminum pedal set and additional standard features such as rain sensors and park assist system complete the package.
The Ibiza SC Limited Edition use the 17-inch alloy wheels finished in black and shod in beefier sport tires, an aerodynamic kit with a new front bumper, side skirts, roof spoiler and a unique rear bumper housing faux air vents on both corners, a diffuser and two tail pipes mounted centrally. Also at the car’s rooftop and exterior mirrors are finished in black.