The new Lamborghini Ganador concept in the words of its designer
Amini Yekta is the designer behind this new Lamborghini Ganador concept. The project was developed in
collaboration with Lamborghini S.p.A. as part of Aminiís Masters degree program in transportation design at SPD.
I discovered modding some days after I bought Grand Theft Auto IV. I was surfing on the net when I fell on a Ferrari 430 mod, and was perplexed to see a car like that in-game. It's been 2 years now since I discovered modding and since then I'm still working on my modding technique every single day!
Tell us about Brooks. What makes you tick?
First of all, my greetings to everyone! What could I tell you? The designer by education, I work in the field of VFX, during the same time I am torn between love to cars and design of interiors, particularly furniture.I am keen in photo, inclined to laziness, love music and another set of universal banalities.
The idea behind this car came mainly from a love of sci-fi and vehicle designs. The engineering of F1 and Aircraft is also something that always blows me away, so I wanted to try and develop something that would blend the two areas together somehow.
The design started as a really low-poly blockout that I made in my lunch break at work.
From child hood I drew everywhere I could Ė old familyís books, documents, even our photo albums! Oh my God, I miss that time so much! At school I spent a lot of time sketching before and after lessons, then colouring the eyes of faces in my text books during math and physics. Later, Iíve managed to use it properly.
Becoming a professional automotive designer is a dream for a lot of our members. Eduardo Olivares, Junior Designer with FIAT Group Automobiles, gives us some insight into what it takes to get there. From mending car interiors at a local body shop, to working on the latest cutting-edge projects at one of the most storied and revered automakers in the world, Eduardo shows us that the only obstacle is ourselves.