Lamborghini Madura Design Study

Earlier this week we showed you the Ankonian Design Study a design by Slavche Tanevsky, a student at the university of Munich. Next to the Ankonian he also designed this hybrid Lamborghini and called it the Madura.

Again, Tanevsky carefully chose the name. Madura is an Indonesian island famous for bull races. Because this design study was created together with Lamborghini and Audi designers, we believe it may hold the key to future designs. So does Tanevsky:

The Madura is a proposal for the first hybrid Lamborghini scheduled for 2016. Doing a car more efficient and more nature-friendly, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be exciting, good-looking and fast. (But) in my opinion this new propulsion system should be represented on the looks of the car.

In our opinion the design of the Madura doesn’t look too bad, although perhaps Lamborghini should start giving the Miura Concept further consideration. Let us know what you think.

[Via WorldCarFans]


  1. From miles away you can tell that the author is still in school. There’s no concept, no baseline, no spirit supporting these lines, it’s both curvy and edgy for no reason. It’s like music without rythm.

    I’d tell Tanevsky “think of a bull” (or a frog or whatever but don’t just draw for the sake of it).

  2. its amazing, we are as indonesian people thanks to lamborghini if this project will come true with producing this consept……..bull race on Madura really fast and its already exist since a hundreds years ago, thanks

  3. Finally, a design that belongs to the 21st centuries after so many ugly, conservative old-fashioned designs. The only negative point in my opinion is the bold front. A departure of Donckerwolk’s silly tradition would be highly appreciated.


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