If you are afraid that you will lose the possibility of individualization in the future, don’t worry, Mansory has a clear vision.

At Mansory, we are used to their creations being exaggerated, but this time they really mean it. Their flying concept embodies the potential to modify cars well into the distant future, regardless of their drivetrain or complexity. The design will certainly be informed by the technology of autonomous driving, which will transform the interior and open up new possibilities for an otherwise traditional concept of the interior.

The Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini is inspired by the sharpest Huracán.  A select few will get it in the colors of their Lambo

In terms of shape, the digital study is closest to the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO, which can be seen in the roof intake and the enlarged central fin on the tailgate. Even the front lights have a similar touch. Since this is a flying car, instead of fenders, there is a solid panel with horizontal ailerons/turn signals.

Lamborghini took the racing Huracán to the extreme.  You don't have to buy the whole car

The standard Lamborghini design is so wild that not much had to be changed at the rear. We see an uninterrupted strip of LED lights, a two-piece wing and a gigantic diffuser. As a vision of a future “spaceship”, it’s imaginative, but in theory Lamborghini has overtaken the German tuner. After all, the Lambo V12 Vision Gran Turismo looks perhaps even more futuristic and it has wheels and a hybrid drive.


Ferruccio Lamborghini founded the sports car company in 1963 as a competitor to brands such as Ferrari.

After declaring bankruptcy and changing ownership, Lamborghini was taken over by Chrysler in 1987. It has been owned by Audi (Volkswagen Group) since 1998.

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