Lamborghini had sponsored some student of Munich University to come up with with a series of concept studies for their future ‘Raging Bull’ supercar. Five students accepted their challenge and come out with five differents concept supercar.
The first concept studies is the work of Niels Steinhoff in which he called his design the Lamborghini RatÛn. The concept is clearly inspired by modern jet fighter such as the Raptor F22. As the designer said, the concept were built to compete with the iconic Bugatti Veyron.
The second concept were built as a solution to a more compact compact sized mid engined Lamborghini supercar. It is the artwork of Slavche Tanevski. In second glance, the concept may be the next Batmobile with its stealthy look.
This concept were built by Johannes Brandsch and his idea was to create a lightweight supercar through the use of overlapping shells. The biggest one of which forms the shoulders of the car separating the air inlets from the passenger compartment.
Design student Vidojkovic took a different approach with the Muleta ditching the stealth fighter inspired styling of most modern Lamborghinis for more fluent lines that span across larger surfaces.
The last cocept studies is a bit different. The designer had built a four door supercar which is designed to challenge the Porsche Panamera and the Aston Martin Rapide. The designer, Fabian Weinert had named the the concept New Espada