The engineers from DMC have always been famous about their passion for the brand from St. Agata. Lamborghini is in their DNA, and that shows wonderfully in the latest news coming from Germany. Even though there has not been an actual business request, they took on to their hearts and started playing with some potential designs. Introducing the Huracan “NXT”:
As we just mentioned, this is a concept drawing that resulted from the pure passion of DMC’s engineers. They had an idea, potentially in their rare free time, and emerged themselves in the flow of their drawing pens.
The origin of this LP610 concept seems clear and somewhat interesting. They took the basic lines of the last Gallardo generation and merged it to the latest italian bull. But here’s exactly where it gets interesting. While our team initially had mixed feelings about this project, we fell in love with it the longer we looked at it. Adding a previous generation design element seems questionable for some, but isn’t this how all great designs emerge, by taking heritage lines and applying them to the next generation?
And this is exactly why this wonderful creation is called NXT, for next generation. We saw DMC doing it with the wonderful SV wing and many other Lambo elements. And all of a sudden, our eyes adjust like aperture and the design seems so perfect. One might say, these front and rear bumpers look even better on a Huracan than they ever did on the last Gallardo. What do you think, let us know in the comments below! And while we’re at it, why not tell us if DMC should make this project reality, or keep it an interesting concept after all?
Credit for the original photos: Gold Coast Lamborghini of Chicago
DMC’s mission is Making Good Things Better. While the company’s German heritage sparked the initial success, it soon developed its major hotspot in Hong Kong and the Middle East. Recently DMC was accepted as exhibitor of the prestigious Geneva Auto Salon, joining the top-elite of brands in the world.
The team has strong passion for designing and manufacturing products that enhance super-cars. Their work is often cited to be a piece of art, defined by the love of materials like carbon fiber and special leathers. Globally they are based in Germany, Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia.
Recent mile stones, besides joining Geneva exhibition, also include German TUV certification, and CFD & Windtunnel compatibility on its aerodynamic products.
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