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Lamborghini Minotauro Concept

By luanpa in | June 2, 2010 | (5) Comments

The 2020 Lamborghini Minotauro Concept is designed by a student Andrei Avarvarii,  who with assistance from Filippo Perini head of Lamborghini Design.

He taking a Lamborghini supercar and replacing the monster V12 with electric power is not going to endear you to many, In order to get his master’s degree at Milan’s Scuola Politecnica in Design, but the Minotauro concept, designed at the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan at least has dramatic looks on its side (and how).

Interior Design 2020 Lamborghini Minotauro Concept have driver’s door would be normal, the passenger’s side would be the Bigger to Provide access to the back seat. And equipped with the GPS would record the car placement / track time, allowing people worldwide to challenge the owner’s records.

Designs that look cool and sporty look on the triangular intakes / exhausts are used to serve for cooling battery and replace the traditional Visually Also exhausts and act like the tubes of a subwoofer, channeling the sound of the electric motors, placed behind them. Designed this tasty electric Lamborghini concept, this is use four electric motors and split the power 30%/70% front to rear. A Li-Tec flat-cell battery out back and a KERS system in the front would be providing the power.

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