Cesar Olivera, a professional designer who works for a renowned carmaker, took inspiration from the current renaissance of the brutalist school of architecture to create the Lamborghini Ravietta.
The supercar, which Olivera calls a "brutalist rolling sculpture," updates the design of legendary Lamborghini models like the Murcielago, the Diablo, and the Countach. You can see them clearly in the cab-forward Diablo proportions and the active air intakes that recall the Murcielago. The strong curves evoke the Countach.
Modern Lamborghini design features are present as well. In this case, the taillights are integrated into the slabs that cover the engine. Other modern styling elements include the Y-shaped front light, the glass roof, forward-facing cameras, and vertically stacked exhaust pipes.
The overarching goal of the design was to strike a balance between traditional Lamborghini V12 styling and a more spare, contemporary look. "The Ravietta features a simple bone line, or crease, on the body side that goes from the front corner to the rear corner of the car, thus creating structure on the body," the designer told Carscoops.
"The simple shape of the vehicle is split in half in a dynamic manner to create a sense of motion, while the red finish on the lower part of the body highlights the stance and the aggressive nature of the design," Olivera added.