Lamborghini Urus 6x6 Looks Like an SUV Limo, Has Offroad Tires

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"What can I do to draw attention?" - this has to be the question of the decade, at least if we pay attention to what's happening on social media. It's also the reason for which 6x6 contraptions have become popular without setting a wheel off the beaten path too often. Of course, it didn't take long before the rendering side of the Internet took advantage of this, coming up with crazy six-wheeler conversions based on machines such as the Lamborghini Urus.
The Lamborghini Urus 6x6 was rendered in pickup truck form, mainly thanks to two reasons. For one thing, the LM 002 spiritual predecessor of the Urus, which came around in an age when no other go-fast brand was tackling heavy terrain, packed a bed.

Then there's the fact that the contraption which brought 6x6 monsters under the world wide web spotlights, namely the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6, was also a pickup truck.

Well, we are now back on the Lamborghini Urus 6x6 topic, albeit to show you how such a monster would look when using the standard SUV body.

We are, of course, dealing with a rendering here, so there's no need for anybody to fret over the "build". And while certain aspects of the image could be more refine, this paints a pretty clear picture.

Note that the practical side of the adventure has also been addressed and I'm referring to the offroad tires the Sant'Agata Bolognese machine has been gifted with. After all, having one extra axle wouldn't add too much traction if all six wheels used the standard tires, would it?

As with all SUVs, the Urus keepts its motor up front, so adding space at the back would actually boost the practicality factor of the Raging Bull, not that the standard car would need assistance in this area.

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