Here’s what a ‘minimalist’ Lamborghini supercar looks like… and I can’t help but stare

If you had to describe a Lamborghini car in 5 words, I can assure you none of them would be ‘minimal’. Furious bull The Italian luxury car brand is known for making some of the sharpest, most aggressive looking cars (and even yachts), but they’re all built on the principles of creating cars that look like they can dominate. This often means angular surfaces that create aggressive light and shadows, sharp-looking edges, and an overall silhouette that resembles a crouching predator. But the Lamborghini Ravietta concept is a deviation from this standard. Designed by Cesar Olivera, who wanted to bring the bare essential style of ‘brutal’ to Lamborghini’s automotive design, the Ravietta is a slick beast in form that seems to elevate Lamborghini’s DNA to a new level.

Designer: Cesar Olivera

Most companies are embracing the ‘flat design’ trend with their logos and branding, and the Lamborghini Ravietta seems to bring this into the real design of the car. The concept visually celebrates some of Lamborghini’s classic cars like the Diablo and Murcielago (which also features the Countach’s flip phone bezels), brings its simple, sleek surfaces to the future with more dynamic and exaggerated angles, and some of the thinnest headlights ever seen on a car!

The Ravietta features a pair of razor-sharp Y-shaped headlights with a hat tip to the Lamborghini Sian and Terzo Millennio, but the headlights blend directly into the car’s surface edges, practically camouflaging when turned off, and come alive when the car is started. . The taillights are interestingly housed in the floor vents at the rear of the car, marking a departure from the usual Y-shaped taillights seen on the rear fenders.

For Olivera, the Lamborghini Ravietta was a design exercise that blended some of Lamborghini’s most classic design details with a fresh, clean design aesthetic and some pretty captivating futuristic details like forward-tilted rear-view cameras and an all-car-enveloping windshield. It also provides the driver with a beautiful glass roof.

Olivera told Carscoops in an interview: “The Ravietta has a simple bony line or crease on the body side that goes from the front corner of the car to the rear corner, thus creating structure on the body.” “The simple shape of the car is dynamically split in two (top to bottom) to create a sense of movement, while the red trim on the lower part of the body underlines the poise and aggressive nature of the design.”

The end result is that while minimalism and aggressive detailing or minimalism and luxury cars don’t have to go hand in hand, Lamborghini’s observance of its design DNA definitely has a way of turning it into something simple yet equally effective. A minimalist Lambo… what a solid way to end 2022!

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