Not that it needs much of a style upgrade, but Lamborghini is constantly looking for ways to innovate their luxury car. The Lamborghini Ganador is the brainchild of first year Grad student Mohammad Hossein Amini Yekta back in 2011. A student of industrial design from the reputed Politecnico in Milan, he worked in association with the automobile manufacturer to produce designs of this unique prototype.
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It is not unheard of that Lamborghini SpA syncs with students of top design schools to encourage leaps of innovation in the field of automobile design. Students are given briefs to create and develop a concept for a new car. It was during his first semester in the 2011-2012 academic year that Yekta presented his Lamborghini Ganador concept, which was received with much praise.
The design resonates clean lines and angles, with a clear visual divide between the upper and lower portion of the car. A straight, sloped line cuts through the center of the car, creating a streamlined wedge-like shape that points your focus to the front of the car. This divide also acts as a visual axis of symmetry. If you look closely, you will see a “mirror image” of the side windows on the lower half of the car, creating a balanced look.
The upper is kept transparent, with the windshield extending all the way to the top. This complements the structured lower half of the body, which according to the young designer, is meant to create the image of a gentleman wearing a tuxedo. You don’t see any rear view mirrors, so there’s no clutter even on the sides. The wheels look quite similar to the Lamborghini Aventador, but the standout feature is the modified tail lights, a relief from the usual Y-shape that we see in Lamborghinis.