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Lamborghini Cnossus Concept Design

By luanpa in | June 2, 2010 | (2) Comments

Lamborghini Cnossus  supercar concept is a student design, which has been named after a Greek city on the island of Crete. It was designed by a Russian student called Victor Filipchenko, and a Portuguese colleague named Nelson Simoes.

I had introduced some Lamborghini  concept, This concept is just amazing with new surfaces but doesn’t evade the recognition of Lamborghini. The concept was inspired by the legendary Lamborghini Countach and by contemplation of this machine, the designer has come up with an interesting solution tale gate and the rear optics Cnossus. The supercar is named in honor of the city, where, according to historical data, in the years 1600-1400 BC, Corrida was born.

What you’re looking at is the creation of Victor Filipchenko as a part of his thesis work at the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan, Italy to earn a Master’s Degree in automotive design. Filipchenko’s work won him a 50 percent on a one-year masters course in automotive design.

The project given to Filipchenko was to design a vehicle under the patronage of Lamborghini. Filipchenko says that the source of inspiration for his creation, known as the Lamborghini Cnossus, was the legendary Countach.

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2 responses to "Lamborghini Cnossus Concept Design"

  1. Filip’s thesis had a theme of ‘Race car’ and was built in collaboration with talented Portuguese designer Simoyshem Nelson.I love the way it was created from a talented mind of a student.Great job!

  2. stainless steel banding says:

    I’m a big fan of lamborghini cars and it’s nice to hear how one of them was conceptualized.Mainly who shape the concept to bring us Cnossus.I can see their passion and love on this car.The design is really amazing.