Nothing says “I love me” more than the Lambo Egoista concept - a one seater supercar that was said to be inspired by aircraft design; specifically an Apache attack Helicopter. The Egoista (aptly translated as “selfish” in Italian) will be powered by a 600 horse 5.2L V10 engine which is enough to propel the rich introvert to total bliss. And as if having only one guaranteed passenger or driver isn’t light enough, the propeller-less chopper will feature aluminum and carbon fiber endowed body and panels.
Inside the “cockpit,” the lonely rich man will be treated to his own flight simulator custom tailored to his quirky taste. Given the snap shots of the interior, there will be a lot of science involved in making the car’s insides. Even getting out of the car requires a manual.
To get out of the vehicle, the driver must remove the steering wheel and rest it on the dash board. Next, the driver needs to open the dome with an electronic command, sit on a precise point on the left hand side of the bodywork. Swing his legs 180 degrees towards the outside of the car. At that point, he can set his feet down on the ground and stand up. Complicated? Rumor has it, the car might be equipped with an eject button.
Like most dynamic duos, one of them tries their hand at going solo. More often than not, they crash and burn and go back to being a duo. Pretty sure Lamborghini might have noticed this trend and decided that it has no plans to produce the car. It’s just as well. Speed Racer called, he wants his car back.