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Looks like something BlackViper would have sketched up... seriously.

That's not an insult either, good for Lamborghini, I think I'll prefer the Porsche though. :)

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Looks like something BlackViper would have sketched up... seriously.

That's not an insult either, good for Lamborghini, I think I'll prefer the Porsche though. :)

Really? The Porsche is shaping up to be quite atrocious in my opinion.

And then there is the Rapide which is much more beautiful in comparison.

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It's just gorgeous--I can't stop looking. I have to definitely write Lamborghini and see if they'll give me some things for my classroom.

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Mmm! I love it!

I can't wait to read more on the architecture this car is on.

I consider the Aston Martin Rapide to be the most sensual and sexy, the Lamborghini Estoque is more raw, aggressive, and in your face as it should be.

The Porsche Panamera? All things so far are pointing to something that should stay hidden so far. They'd better pull a rabbit out of that hat of theirs if it's to look good.

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Mmm! I love it!

I can't wait to read more on the architecture this car is on.

Given the relationship between Audi and Lamborghini and Porsche and VW, this Lambo may be on the A4/A5 platform or perhaps the same platform as the Panamera? Or maybe something completely new.

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  • 3 months later...
Fantastic. Sexy. But yes, I too thought of the Charger Concept when I first saw it.

So, if Chrysler can right itself, maybe they'll make an "affordable", rear-drive and super exciting sedan? While independent, they did do some fantastic things!

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This one really intriques me. I first saw a large pic in Autoweek, and I believe I actually said 'whoa'.

Some of the details are a bit fussy/in need of refinement, and it looks positively DTS-ish in length, but I am still drawn to it. Would really like to see it in person- looks tricky to photograph in studio light...

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