Lamborghini Urus Face Swap for 2020 Audi RS6 Seems Legit

Lamborghini Urus Face Swap for 2020 Audi RS6: rendering 1 photo
The C8 incarnation of the Audi RS6 Avant is eagerly anticipated and Ingolstadt engineers are currently making the final adjustments before the official debut, which is expected for the coming months. But what is an eccentric aficionado out there wanted the power wagon with a bit of Lamborghini aroma?
Sure, the question above might seem odd, but only to those who don't spend an exaggerated amount of time on the Internet. That's because those who do are familiar with the fact that go-fast machine face swaps are now a thing. And given the connection between Lamborghini and Audi, this matter only gets spicier.

Well, the rendering in the social media post at the bottom of the page comes to answer the question in the intro.

The pixel play actually gifts a standard A6 Avant with the frond end of an Urus, so the distance to the RS6 development is not that big.

I don't identofy myself with the super-SUV genre, simply due to the driving experience such machines deliver, which ultimately isn't as engaging as that coming from other go-fast machines. Nevertheless, the brilliance of the Lamborghini Centro Stile deserves a round of applause - just look at how well that Urus face goes on this Audi.

In face, the same can be said about other Audis: we've discussed similar renders in the past, with this including the new R8 facelift, for instance. As for the TT, with its rounded shapes, I'm not so sure...

Of course, given the said trend, the Urus has also been gifted with face swaps, so here's one that involves the front section of the Chevrolet Corvette.

P.S.: Since we've talked about the 2020 Audi RS6, here is a recent spy video that portrays the go-fast wagon, with the soundtrack of the twin-turbo V8 being as vicious as expected.

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