Lamborghini Egoista Is for the Selfish Sports Car Owner
Lamborghini recently celebrated its 50th birthday as an automotive manufacturer. As you might expect, the birthday bash have a lot to do with exotic sports cars and Lamborghini unveiled a new one-of-a-kind concept called the Egoista. The word Egoista translates to selfish and the name is fitting considering that the car has only one seat.
The car also has a very strange, yet striking design that the designer the vehicle says is intended to resemble the Apache attack helicopter. It reminds me more than a little of a toy car my son used to have that was painted like Spiderman. The orange tinted canopy slides forward to allow the driver to get in and out of the vehicle and the steering wheel is removable.
The car uses a 600 hp Lamborghini V10 engine. Sadly, Lamborghini says that it doesn't expect to produce anymore examples of the Egoista and the one version that is built isn't for sale. It will likely end up sitting in the Lamborghini Museum for the rest of its base rather than ripping up the streets around Italy.
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