The Lamborghini design language seems to get wilder and wilder with each new release which is why it’s no surprise they attract party animals more often than businessmen (i.e. Justin Bieber). Some of us, however, are purists when it comes to the brand and think back fondly to the subtler days of the Diablo and Countach. For us, the Querderro is a reminder of why we started liking the Golden Bull to begin with.
The design is an evolution of the classic brand language that also integrates new visual elements. The structural core of the concept is a lightweight and extremely rigid carbon fiber monocoque shell. Surfaces have precisely defined, sharp edges and crystalline volume.
The side profile is characterized as a sharp wedge and defined by a deep air intake. Butterfly doors swing upwards and inwards (duh).
The familiar low and sharp front includes diffusers for better aerodynamics. Two large intake provide air for brake cooling and emphasize the width of the car from the front view.
The rear pillars act as deflectors, directing air over the engine lid and towards the retractable spoiler to increase stability and traction while also cooling the engine. Aesthetically, the rear end is characterized by the slim, deep lights and diffusers.
Designer: Jan Bujnak