After having unveiled the Lamborghini Cnossus Concept a couple of days, it's time to see another Lamboghini conceptual study. The 2010 Lamborghini Navarra Concept Study is the work of Adam Denning, a designer for Lockheed Martin USA.
2010 Lamborghini Sports Cars Navarra Concept Study
It seems that many young designers from the Lamborghini race car design to create the best future. Here comes yet another proposal for a Raging Bull model, this time from American Adam Denning inspired by Michelangelo’s La Pieto who happens to be a designer for Lockheed Martin USA. The Navarra is design study for a flagship Lamborghini super sports car to replace the current Murcielago model.
The shape of the curves and how they interwine with each other give the Lamborgihini Navarra Concept Study these organic forms. The way Mary’s garments flow down and fold over each other was the main inspiration for the Navarra overlaping surfaces and organic shapes.
Adam Denning plan to put all the V12 flagships of the brand from the Miura to the Murcielago and the Navarra would make use of a carbon-fiber frame and carbon-fiber panels with power coming from a V12 engine.
The new 2010 Lamborgihini Navarra Concept was created as a successor to the Bat, Denning tried to imagine all V12 models the company logo from the Miura to the Lamborghini Murcielago and hence, created a vehicle that only belonged to this group, but also was output of these models. The power behind the concept would be a powerful V12 engine producing between 650 and 700 bhp.