Italdesign claims a new type of suspension system for the Parcour
Parcour uses a Lamborghini 5.2-litre V10 developing 542bhp
The car is part way between a coupe and an SUV
The door shuts reveal bare carbonfibre
The car is inspired by the sport parkour, where you adapt your body to cross obstacles in any given environment
The Parcour has roughly the same footprint as a Range Rover
The Parcour uses a pushrod style suspension setup with coilovers replacing the pushrods
The Parcour claims a 3.6sec 0-62mph time and a 199mph top speed
The Parcour has been developed as both a coupe and roadster
The Parcour's ride height can be adjusted
The concept is called Parcour and has been developed as both a coupé and a roadster. It uses a mid/rear-mounted 542bhp 5.2-litre V10 and an all-wheel drive system from Lamborghini. Italdesign says the concept blends elements from SUVs, crossovers, sports cars and GTs and is designed to offer supercar performance on any road surface.
At 4530mm long, 2070mm wide and 1335mm high, it is roughly the same length and width as a Range Rover Evoque but is considerably lower. It weighs 1550kg and can crack 0-62mph in 3.6sec, with a 199mph top speed.
The Parcour sits on 22-inch alloy wheels and its ride height can be hydraulically adjusted in a range from 210mm to 330mm. Four different modes for this are offered: comfort, off-road, winter and track.
Italdesign claims a new type of suspension system for the Parcour. It is a pushrod-style set-up, but the pushrods are replaced by eight coil-overs, two at each corner. This is said to better blend on-road and off-road performance.
The idea behind the two-seater is inspired by the sport parkour, where you adapt your body to cross obstacles in any given environment.