Future Cars

Lamborghini Gallardo Roadster

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.

We expect to see the production version of the Audi Allroad Quattro at the Frankfurt show. Here is the concept version from the 2005 North American International Auto Show.

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