Lamborghini Urus Face Swap for Aston Martin Vantage Looks Fitting

Why would anybody place the front fascia of the Lamborghini Urus on the Aston Martin Vantage? Well, this is just how the Internet works nowadays.
Lamborghini Urus Face Swap for Aston Martin Vantage: render 1 photo
Ladies and gentlemen drivers, you are now looking at a manifestation of the face swap trend. Of course, there's more to the rendering we have here than it might seem at first.

So while applying the Urus face does seem to take over the design of the entire car, let's take a bit of time to discuss the digital contraption sitting before us.

For one thing, while this Aston is showcased in its original color, this just happens to be crazy enough for the Raging Bull badge, which is missing, by the way.

However, as far as a trained eye is concerned, there's no need for a Lamborghini badge, as there's a second Sant'Agata Bolognese model hidden in his mashup. And if you'd like to find it yourself, you can pause reading now and do so.

That's right, we're talking about the side skirts, with those air intakes now... cooling the rear brakes?

Since we're talking circuit-savvy matters, Porsche's name could hardly be missing from the melange (we can do that pause trick again, so you'll be able to spot the Zuffenhausen bits without any help).

Yep, I'm referring to the wheels (brakes and all), as well as to the rear wing, which come from the 991 911 GT3 RS.

Admitedly, the Lamborghini Urus front end stands for an important part of the said face swap trend. However, there's much more to this micro universe than that. For instance, here's what happens when things go the other way and a Lambo Urus ends up with the face of a Chevrolet Corvette.

Anything besides Lamborghinis? Of course, here's a Bugatti Chiron that tries to pass as a Toyota Camry (could it actually be the other way around?).

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