Recently Lamborghini took the wraps off their latest limited production model, Egoista, which looks stunning and the design looks intentionally selfish. It marks the end of the 50th Anniversary Grande Giro event in such a distinctive way that quite a few would have been left totally speechless.
The Lamborghini Egoista is as extreme as any of the Lamborghini’s that would come, even more so than Lamborghini Veneno. The model appears to be based on the Lamborghini Gallardo architecture. It comes fitted with a 5.2-liter V10 engine and generates 600 HP. No details are available with respect to performance specifications and the availability of the model. But what is interesting is that the car has not been launched as a concept.
The unique design of Egoista is inspired by Apache helicopter wherein the Egoista cockpit is secured firmly to the Egoista chassis. It has a highly muscular structure and, what nautical designers would call a trimaran profile and carbon fiber and aluminum are fitted in the interior and the exterior panels.
The highlight of the model is the lighting system. The model doesn’t have conventional road lights, instead it comes with LED clearance lights. It has two white front lights, two red rear lights, a red flashing light in the upper part of the tail, two orange bull’s eyes as side markers, and a further two lights on the roof, red on the left and green on the right.
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