Slowly some details about the brand new Raging Bull that will be introduced during the 2008 Paris Mondial de l'Automobile start to appear on the Internet, Automobili Lamborghini SpA has just posted a second detail shot of this 'new world' as they called it only three days ago.
This shot clearly doesn't show a Murciélago SV or Superleggera as some sources on the Internet stated, and which took over forums since Tuesday ... too bad, but my first idea now seems to be correct, Lamborghini is getting ready to add a third model to the line-up, and my guess would be either a 2+2 GT or even a four door super sedan, probably with the engine up front, hence the side air outlet just behind the front wheel, which by the way looks awesome I think. Too bad they edited the image so we can't see the size, but expect at least 18, probably 19 inch, looking at the disc brake we note it isn't a ceramic unit, and it actually looks rather small inside the rim which leads me to believe we could be talking about a V10 power plant up front, but I could be wrong here.
The small carbon fiber under tray at the front, and the carbon fiber diffuser at the rear we saw on Tuesday September 16. look like some amazing details, they even put the Italian flag on the side of the car, how's that for attention to detail.
Can't wait to see this car for real in Paris on October 2nd, but we can admire it in photographs on October 1st at 21:00 CET already ... these are going to be some long 10 days to wait.
Rumor has it Automobili Lamborghini SpA has recently registered two names, Asterion and Encaste ... are we going to see a Hybrid in Paris
(added on September 19. 2014)
Khyzyl Saleem created a very impressive concept based on the Lamborghini Aventador.
(added on September 18. 2014)
Automobili Lamborghini SpA just released a teaser image for a new car to be shown at the Mondial de l'automobile in Paris in two weeks
(added on September 17. 2014)
This new design concept created by Daisuke Iguchi for a future Lamborghini model looks really impressive
(added on September 13. 2014)
Check out these very early Huracan design sketches, some date back to 2009 in fact, several scale prototypes were built too.
(added on September 4. 2014)