Again a new Lamborghini will most of us think, but as far as we know that’s never a bad thing to read about. But this time a Lamborghini that will stay a little longer unborn due to a lack of of orders, only 3. The design is done by Italian coachbuilder Magvisio and is impressive. The project is called “Ferruccio” and is a rebodied Murcielago LP640 that would have been faster than any current car wearing the Lamborghini badge, with a claimed top speed of 230mph (368 kmh).
Magvisio specialises in customisation jobs for private clients, and the Ferruccio was to be its first stab at designing a car from the ground up. The concept is named after the founder of Automobili Lamborghini, Ferruccio Lamborghini.
Designer Pule Magau said:
We have only had three orders, and no one has put down a deposit yet. Let’s just say it’s on ice.
Under that dramatic bodywork, it is based on the LP640, borrowing its 6.5-litre V12 and four-wheel drive system. That means 630 bhp and 660 Nm of torque with performance figures to match. The Ferruccio would clock an 0-62 mph time of 3.0 seconds, and reaching with 100 mph (160 kmh) in just no 6 seconds. Amazing figures!
The 3 customers were meant to be taking delivery of their Ferruccio’s in September 2008, but until more deposits are on the table, none of them get delivered!
For me the design isn’t finished yet. There are really some good parts on it and some bad parts aswell, especially the back. When the designers change the back, I think they can make a very good looking Lambo for us :)
Just looks like rubbish to me, glad they never spent valuable production money on this.
I like the diablo style back-end on this car.
To me it has a little too much of a go-kart apearance tho..
Compared to the revetón this is old news.