Lamborghini Perdigon Concept

By | March 27, 2013

Lamborghini Perdigon Concept

College student Ondrej Jirec mocked up a rather snazzy rendition of what he terms the Lamborghini Perdigon concept.

With the unveiling of the new Lamborghini Veneno, obviously we see styling direction of the company moving in a different direction. Regardless, we’re impressed by the polished nature of this design study.

 

Lamborghini Perdigon front three quarters

While we aren’t fans of the hood scoop, or the short hood, the rest of the hood seems to be right in line with that of Lamborghini proper. The rear doesn’t look far off from the Veneno; strangely enough, the Veneno’s rear is more extreme than this design concept.

Dump the hood scoop, and elongate the car a bit, and it doesn’t look too far off. What do you think?

[AJ Wilcox | Complex.com]


4 Comments

Matthew on April 2, 2013 at 8:40 pm.

I totally wish I had those skills!

AJ Wilcox on April 2, 2013 at 9:53 pm.

Agreed, Matt. Seriously, for a college kid, these look mega professional.

Chance Hales on April 3, 2013 at 9:08 am.

Once upon a time I was going to be going to school to do this. I learned a ton about the process. You start with about 50 students once you enter the program. Each semester the amount of students good enough to move on gets cut in half and by the time you are in your final semester you are in an elite group of 3-5 students! These guys have some serious skills. What turned me off was the though of competing for a job along with other designers with experience that were laid off during the recession. Too many designers fighting for one opening(at the time). The schools are also insanely expensive! The best schools for it are $50k a semester!

AJ Wilcox on April 3, 2013 at 10:15 am.

Whoah Chance, I had no idea it was so competitive! That (and the pricetag) is definitely a turnoff. Totally makes sense why a student would do extra work (like working on a Lambo concept) to have it go viral and give him a better shot at the job. Seriously, though…what a cool job!

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