Lamborghini Dynavonto: An Aerodynamic Force of Engineering

At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show- through the introduction of the Aventador- Lamborghini announced plans to shift the focus of each and every vehicle built from then on. While acceleration and top speed remained a signature staple in the name of the brand, each vehicles number one new priority rested on the ideal of handling. Enter, the Lamborghini Dynavonto concept. A creative interpretation of designer Bashar Ajlani, based on Lamborghini's latest automotive mindset. With a low-profile sleek design, the Dynavonto was developed to cut through air putting enough natural downforce on the vehicle to make its way safely through corners at high speeds.

Lamborghini Dynavonto: An Aerodynamic Force of Engineering

A trifecta of intake vents, low-profile racing tires and intersecting body lines also add to the aerodynamic presence, all of which staying true to the signature elements that originally put Lamborhgini on the map. With that in mind, Bashar says that the design cues of the concept keep in line with the current design form of Lamborghini, while still satisfying "the highest performance priority, handling." PHOTOS: See more of the Lamborghini Dynavonto Concept

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