As Luca Serafini explains "the inspiration came from the research of a Spanish festival, named "Embolado Bull" (or Toro Embolado).
"The choice of the name was the first step towards the creation of this concept".
"Based on the Gallardo dimensions, I started to define the main lines in a very marked and steady way, giving the front end taurin forms".
The movement of the side surfaces gives the car a natural sleek appearance. All the design is based on the "aggressivity" theme.
"After the recent launch of the Gallardo Superleggera, in order to make a tribute to it, I have adapted the Embolado Concept basing on the aestethic modifications of the new model, with some post-process in Photoshop."
The Embolado was modeled in Rhino; the final renderings were created in 3DStudio MAX, with some post-process in Photoshop.
|on the right: the Embolado Superleggera|
About the Designer
Ferrari Dino Concept sketch (source: deviantART)
Luca Serafini is currently in his final year of the Industrial Design Course at the University of Parma, Italy.
For three years he participated in the chassis design of the Formula Student racing car, in partnership with the University of Modena.
Among his professional experiences are collaborations with the Milan Politecnico and with car cutomization projects. He is starting a career as a freelance designer.
(Image Courtesy: Luca Serafini)