The annual college degree show at the Munich University of Applied Sciences showcased the projects developed in collaboration with a huge range of automobile brands. Most of the projects were headed by Prof. Dr. Othmar Wickenheiser, Professor of Transportation Design at Munich University of Applied Sciences.
Lamborghini RAW Material Project
The RAW MATERIAL project was sponsored by Lamborghini, supported by Prof. Dr. Othmar Wickenheiser, Filippo Perini, Klemens Rossnagel and Ernest Tsarukyan.
Lamborghini RatÛn by Niels Steinhoff
The Lamborghini RatÛn is a concept for a Lamborghini sportscar to compete against supercars like the Bugatti Veyron. It takes its inspiration from modern stealth fighters like the F 22 raptor, with smoother surfaces and some rounded edges.
The car is formed out of one central, jet-like body and added wings, which form the fenders. Fitting the extreme over-the-edge style of the car are some humoristic features like the machine-gun inspired headlights and the wheels, which have the form of an atomic warning symbol.
Lamborghini Ankonian by Slavche Tanevski
The concept is a mid-engined super car that is not green, but yet shows environmental responsibility, and therefore is downsized. It has a rather narrow body, cab backward classical GT silhouette, and complexity of soft and angular surfaces.
The main themes behind the concept are "underground" and "hardcore". These are achieved by the angular forms, but mostly with the color combination of shiny black and matt dark grey. The big canyons and the skinny tail give the car a very light appearance.
Lamborghini Timador by Johannes Brandsch
The main theme of the Lamborghini Timador Concept was to create a new kind of lightness for the next generation of Lamborghini super sports cars.
Lamborghini Muleta by Dalibor Vidojkovic
The Muleta concept aims at evolving the brand’s design DNA based on passion, aggressivity and luxury. The silhouette is characterized by a LMP1 closed canopy, a sign for maximum functionality and speed which affects the proportions and impression of speed perceived inside the cabin.
"Instead of using a Stealth Fighter inspired style, the new forms are directed by sharp but still fluent lines which span large surfaces. To make the car visually lighter, the surfaces are focused to the ground."
Lamborghini New Espada by Fabian Weinert
The design combines extreme proportions with a brand new and modern surface treatment.
Semcon Sponsored Project
The X-Power project, sponsored by Semcon and supervised by Prof. Dr. Othmar Wickenheise and Oliver Vogt, asked students to create a sportscar based on the existing MG X-Power (2004), characterized by the carbon fiber exterior shell.
X-Power by Ferdinand Gleinser
Tthe twisted 5 Arm Twin-Spoke rims with fit into the context and leave ample space for brake cooling.
X-Power by Ulisse Tanzini
X-Power by Fabian Weinert
(Source: Munich University of Applied Sciences)