Lamborghini Spiga Concept

New Designers 23 Feb 2007
Lamborghini Spiga Concept

The Lamborghini Spiga is a supercar concept based on the Gallardo created by Turkish designer Ugur Sahin.


The main proportions of the car are based on the Lamborghini Gallardo which – according to the author – “proved itself to be a top-notch design.”

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Lamborghini Spiga ConceptThe main design characteristics of the car are the flowing lines of the rear and middle sections which remind of human muscles stretching to the back.

The front end, which is slightly different from the rear, gives a sense of speed and forward movement when viewed form the side angles.

The side air intakes are integrated in the body – a typical styling cue of Lamborghini’s sportcars.

The name “Spiga” refers to the roof shape of the car which sticks out along the windshield giving it a spike-like shape (the italian “spiga”).

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About the Author

Lamborghini Spiga Concept - sketchesUgur Sahin is an automotive and industrial designer. He currently works for
Netherlands-based Modesi.

He also works as a freelance designer in the 3D graphics and art fields – mainly with 3DStudio MAX and Final Render.

Among the web awards received is the second place in the “Concept car design contest” on Cg-cars.com with his Ferrari F-1000 concept.

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(Image courtesy of Ugur Sahin)

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