Hybrid Lamborghini supercar rendered

It’s nearly Christmas, so we’ve decided to treat you with a bit of Lamborghini goodness.

Munich University design student Slavche Tanevsky teamed up with Lambo and Audi designers to render the first ever hybrid Lamborghini supercar dubbed ‘Madura’…and it’s certainly something.

Click below to view pics of the hybrid Lambo and rendered Porsche, BMW and Ferrari supercars

The futuristic Madura supercar was designed as part of Lamborghini’s Raw Materials Project, which aims to get a hybrid Lambo on the roads by 2016.

And if this is anything to go by, the punk roots of Lambo are being well honoured because this thing is as in-yer-face as it gets.

Designer Tanevsky thinks just because a car is “more nature-friendly, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be exciting, good-looking and fast”.

Our man Adrian Hearn reckons the Madura – an Indonesian island famous for bull racing – looks like a squinting and smiling Murcielago.

The aggressive lines execute the traditional Lamborghini virtue of violence quite succinctly, and overall it looks striking. And the rear has a whiff of the Bertone Mantide.

We like rendered supercars here at Auto Trader – because it’s ultimate petrolhead fodder.

Just last month we brought you the designs of Marouane Bembli who rendered what he reckons should be Audi’s new R10 supercar.

And there have been plenty of BMW supercar renderings to keep us entertained, designed in the hope that the Munich carmaker stops – and please, stop – building super SUVs and instead makes the R8-baiting supercar we all want to see.

Vijay Pattni.

Via worldcarfans.com

7:28 AM

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