The Lamborghini Egoista is a crazily wild concept car that celebrates Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary while providing a glance into the company’s wildly hedonistic design principles.
The Egoista was unveiled during a dramatic presentation by brand head Stephan Winkelmann. The big reveal occurred after 350 Lamborghini’s made a week-long drive through Italy in celebration of the company’s half century long existence.
The one-seat supercar was designed by Walter De Silva who drew inspiration from the Apache helicopter.
According to early reports, the car is made out of carbon fiber throughout its build and even utilizes a removable cockpit canopy that can help save on weight. The Lamborghini Egoista also features a 5.2-litre V10 engine.
Speaking about his newly designed supercar De Silva proclaims:
“This is a car made for a single person, to have fun and to express their own personality. It is designed for people who want the most extreme and most special things in the world. This car represents extremes of hedonism; it is a car without compromise. In a word, it is selfish.”
The photograph on this page is the only picture of the vehicle released by Lambo.
Lamborghini has been hard at work in 2013 with its 50th anniversary celebration. The company revealed the Lamborghini Veneno during a 50th anniversary celebration at this years Geneva motor show.
The new “hedonistic” vehicle has the word “Ego” in its name so we can’t say we are all that surprised by the designers message.
What do you think of the new Lamborghini Egoista? Do you think its a design of hedonistic proportions?