Polish designer Tomasz Prygiel is the man behind the LV-426 - named after a moon from the movie Alien. It is, you’ll have noticed, missing a normally crucial piece of equipment - a windscreen. Outward vision is instead provided by cameras, which feed screens inside the car and, says Tomasz, improve visibility. The screens also offer augmented reality, allowing the driver to race against virtual opponents. And naturally, there’s a fully autonomous mode.
It’s a stunning looking thing, if a little far-fetched. Stick a conventional screen in there though, and we wouldn’t be surprised if something this outlandish formed the basis of Lambo’s next limited-run special.
What do you reckon - would you rather have something like this over a Centenario?