The Lamborghini Reventon and its Roadster counterpart is truly an iconic and head turning vehicle that no-doubt has influenced the current styling language, like the current flagship the Aventador, Aventador J and the Sesto Elemento.
Ondrej Jirec, a final year Transport Design student at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California has taken Lambo's lead for a concept vehicle that has styling inspired by military aviation.
Dubbed the Lamborghini Perdigon, it is named after a famous fighting bull from 1894, and its head is currently on display at the plaza Museum in Madrid. From the concept images, the Perdigon seems to be a Sesto Elemento replacement of sorts, utilising striking design with lightweight construction.
The sharply styled concept's body language is inspired by the F117 Nighthawk and F22 Raptor jet fighters. A large air intake with a fan can be seen at the front, though no idea what purpose it serves, it feel reminiscent of the Batmobile from the Tim Burton directed movies.
The interior looks in-line with current concepts, and looks minimal with little distraction for the driver. The orange, white and black colour layout looks interesting and simple, with a nice slice of sportiness delivered.
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