The Lamborghini Navarra Concept is a design study of a possible Lamborghini flagship V12-powered supercar. The design features overlapping surfaces and organic shapes inspired by classic sculpture. The author is designer Adam Denning.
The model was created as a successor to the Bat. Denning tried to imagine all V12 models the company logo from the Miura to the Lamborghini Murcielago, and hence, create a vehicle that not only belonged to this group, but also was output of these models.
I tried to imagine all the V12 flagships of the brand from the Miura to the Murcielago, and then create a car that would look like it not only belonged in this group, but that it was the result of these cars as well. I was very inspired by Michelangelo’s La Pietà. The way Mary’s garments flow down and fold over each other was the main inspiration for the Navarra’s overlapping surfaces and organic shapes.
Apart from this, the dimensions of the Navarra concepts are pretty similar to those of Murcielago’s, with its overall length merely 2cm shorter but a slightly longer wheel base. The concept will have its frame and panels made of carbon fiber. Navarra concept will features an all new V12 engine that will churn out somewhere between 650 and 700bhp to you the same feel and elegance Lamborghini is renowned for.