Motoring / Cars and Bikes

Lamborghini Embolado Concept

Andrei Avarvarii, a student getting his Master’s degree at Milan’s Scuola Politecnica di Design, designed this tasty electric Lamborghini concept. This project took place under the supervision of Filippo Perini, the head of design from Lamborghini and it represents a possible future electric vehicle. The electric Lamborghini is equipped with 4 asynchronous motors that divide […]

Apr 16, 2010 | By Anakin

Andrei Avarvarii, a student getting his Master’s degree at Milan’s Scuola Politecnica di Design, designed this tasty electric Lamborghini concept.

This project took place under the supervision of Filippo Perini, the head of design from Lamborghini and it represents a possible future electric vehicle.

The electric Lamborghini is equipped with 4 asynchronous motors that divide power 70% to the rear and 30% to the front axle.

Electricity is supplied by a Li-Tec flatcell battery pack located in the rear doubled by a KERS system in the front.

In a bold departure from traditional Lamborghinis, the designer uses the space left by the absence of a V12 engine for a third passenger in back.

And while the driver’s door would be normal, the passenger side’s would be bigger to provide access to the back seat.

In the exterior, this unusual layout is communicated by the use of the narrow rear window that is shaped in order to improve interior lighting and head room for the rear occupant.

 
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