Lamborghini’s limited edition Reventon Coupe and Roadster made their entry in 2008 and 2009 and has inspired many a designer to offer updates and new designs of these models. The Italian auto makers also came out with jet fighter inspired Aventador and Sesto Elemento models and many students used this design principal to showcase what future Lamborghini models should look like.
One design student, Ondrej Jirec of the Transport Design course in Art Centre College of Design in Pasadena, California put forth a design and called it the Lamborghini Perdigón naming it so after a famous fighting bull from 1894 which is currently on display at the Plaza Museum in Madrid. The Perdigón though designed as a car to compete with the likes of Bugatti Veyron is seen with sharp angles and polygonal surfaces on its exterior which have been inspired by F117 Nighthawk and F22 Raptor jet fighters.
The striking features of the Lamborghini Perdigón is seen with distinctive elements such as a large intake situated under its windscreen with a fan inside that make it appear more like a jet engine that a vehicle. Interiors are matched with aggressive exteriors with high tech steering wheel with a host of command buttons with a digital display. The new design package also includes a high centre console to conduit air from front air intakes to a centrally mounted engine with i-Drive control knobs.