You might already know that the bulls from Sant’Agata were originally … tractors. Ferruccio Lamborghini started off that way, building farm equipment and making a load of cash after WWII, and apparently a nasty encounter with one Enzo Ferrari convinced him to build cars. With the express intent of making Enzo furious. That’s a feud that one could get on board with – a feud that led to an Italian supercar arms race.
A young Canadian designer (not employed by Lamborghini, by the way), Jason Battersby, designed this concept to meld Lamborghini’s automotive style to its agricultural roots. Perhaps unsurprisingly dubbed “Toro,” it looks pretty sweet. Now, it’s a bit misleading because Lamborghini still makes tractors, although the tractor division is owned by an Italian company named Same Deutz-Fahr now. Still, it’s a cool idea. Check out the full gallery at Autoblog for images of the Toro.