Lamborghini ended its extensive 50th anniversary festivities a year ago – which needed in the 350-vehicle hotride around Italia – while using reveal from the one-off, single seater Gallardo concept.
That vehicle is called the Lamborghini Egoista. The Lamborghini Egoista is certainly an anti-radar material packed bizarro, which is designed for permanent public viewing within the Lamborghini museum.
Yes, and that means you lot available goes and look for it touch it, smell it.
If you’re still a slave to reading through with these words rather than dashing away and off to Sant’Agata round the first chariot out*, then you might want to understand about the Egoista. Using the Gallardo and packing an changed type of its 5.2-litre V10, it produces a enjoyable round 600bhp.
That exterior though, woah. It takes cues from an Apache helicopter, with side flanks designed to be able to represent a ‘bull intending to charge, horns lowered’. There is no aero on top, but flaps inside the bodywork that open or close instantly according to driving conditions. More on topgear website: http://www.topgear.com/car-news/supercar/lamborghini-egoista-now-public-display
It’s all produced from graphite, aluminium and aeronautical-spec anti-radar material, getting just one chair, racing harness and mind-up display. It’ll use display first inside the Lamborghini showroom, so the museum.