ASUS and Lambo have recently worked together to start the engines on their latest newly designed lappie – the ASUS-Lamborghini Eee PC VX6 ultraportable 12.1” notebook weighs only 1.5kg, co-designed by Lamborghini and inspired by the superstar Murcielago LP640 Roadster.
Vertu are well known for making phones with elegant designs and a huge price tag and China are well known for making the exact same look-a-likes but literally priceless (and worthless). So this is what I suppose results when the Chinese decides to create a fake phone called the Lamborghini Vertu phone to rival against a Ferrari Vertu phone. By the way, this is literally a phone fake, because its not a clone, its completely original! You could give the Chinese for creating something original with their own design this time.
For those of you who care to know what the specs on board this phone fake are. There’s a camera, media player, FM radio, Bluetooth support, and of course a microSD memory card slot. In terms of size, the fake Vertu Ferrari phone has dimensions of 95×35×15 mm and weight of 102 grams.
At first we thought this was just another talented photoshop artist at work, but when we explored more we concluded that this swimming (floating) Italian bull was in fact the real thing. You got it, this classically mid-engined Lamborghini Countach designed by amphibious car expert Mike Ryan not only rules the land but also the sea!
Actually, I’m sorry my title has deceived you all, these Lambo buggies (ATVs that have been given a Lambo mod) featured at the 2009 Tokyo Auto Salon will still set you back by $20,000! Ah!!
Liberty Walk/LB Performance are Japanese Lamborghini tuners, and in addition to showcasing a selection of the supercars they’ve worked on, they also showed off a couple of ATVs they re-bodied to look like super deformed little Murcielagos.
Check out the gallery after the jump…