The Raging Bull is bucking wildly in its Geneva show stable this year. The Gallardo-based Concept S roadster was created at the Centro Stile Lamborghini in Sant'Agata Bolognese by Luc Donckerwolke, head of Lamborghini Design, and is Lamborghini's extreme take on open-air motoring. In place of a regular windscreen is a "saut-vent" (French for a "sudden change in wind") which divides the cabin in two, a design feature that harkens back to classic single-seat racing cars. While this design may hinder conversations with a fellow passenger, it allows for an added air scoop to feed more cool air into the engine. If you need to look out for police behind you, a rear view mirror conveniently and automatically pops up in between the two passenger cabins. And now that the Italian polizia has a Gallardo of its own, that may just come in handy.