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Lamborghini Sinistro

What are the most radical Lamborghini vehicles you can think of right now? Our choices would be the Veneno and the Urus. While the ultra expensive and limited Veneno needs to further explanation, the Urus is the company’s first SUV and if that’s not uncommon, we really don’t know what is.

Moving on to concept cars, we have the more recent stealth helicopter-inspired Lamborghini Egoista. And if you think that’s the most aggressive Sant’Agata Bolognese-badged vehicle ever designed, wait until you see the sinister Lamborghini. Sinistro concept.

Created by Lebanese designer Mather Thebian (Thebian Concepts), the Lamborghini Sinistro is somewhat based on the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento but sports out of this world styling cues and a set of ridiculously oversized wheels. We agree it’s not exactly a beautiful supercar, but we bet it would find some customers if released as a production car (not likely as you might guess).

For some reason we think Flo Rida would enjoy a gold chrome-wrapped Sinistro as well.

Lebanon-based Maher Thebian has envisioned a radical new concept wearing the Lamborghini badge.
It’s called the Sinistro Concept and although it might look exaggerated upon first glance, let’s remember Lamborghini revealed in May the “Gundam-inspired” Egoista concept which looked just as overdesigned.

We can easily see some Aventador lines in this render along with Audi-like headlights. Since Lamborghini had no problems selling all three units of the Veneno (3M EUR each), most likely there is a niche for another radical bull like this one. Needless to say, there’s no relation with Lamborghini in this case as this is only an artist rendering.

Source - www.autoevolution.com, worldcarfans.com

Lamborghini Sinistro

Lamborghini Sinistro

Lamborghini Sinistro

Lamborghini Sinistro

Lamborghini Sinistro

Lamborghini Sinistro

(2017)

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