In early 1973, after 150 units had been produced, the Lamborghini Miura SV was taken out of production. This marked the end of an era in which speed and sinuous lines predominated all.
"... An ideal fit to lead the Genesis Advanced Design Studio, and his insight will be instrumental for the development of each of our upcoming projects including both advanced and production designs,” says Luc Donckerwolke, Chief Design Officer.
SVJ 63 Roadster, the most exclusive open top Aventador ever produced: a collaboration between Lamborghini’s design and Ad Personam teams, shown at Pebble Beach along with the Huracán EVO GT Celebration: A homage to the American race victories.
In a nutshell, for eons the perception of the Lexus product-line has been one that focuses on luxury first and foremost. It’s only been relatively recently that the designs are no longer hinting at performance, but blatantly shout out that these are cars for drivers.
"The Urus represents the third model for the company, and it's a car that combines together two different kinds of soul," states Alessandro Farmeschi, COO of Automobili Lamborghini. But, the design leaves no doubt that this is a Lamborghini Super Sport.
The design of the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO is definitely scary looking. Everything on this car, it's there for a reason. From the hood vents to the front splitter and canards, everything's manufactured precisely and it's crafted for a reason.
Automobili Lamborghini in collaboration with two laboratories of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology marks the first steps of a possible future Lamborghini electric super sports car.
Awareness of the next, upcoming trend is vital for creating successful products. That’s reason enough for anyone serious in anything related to design to attend the Luxury Technology Shows. Think of it as CES with supercars!