Lamborghini Urus Pickup Truck Rendered, Looks Like a Modern LM002

The rendering that brought us here portrays a Lamborghini Urus in pickup truck form. we've enjoyed such pixel plays in the past and we'll continue to receive fresh work of the sort. After all, why shouldn't Photoshop-skilled gear heads come up with these, when the Urus is the spiritual successor of the LM002?
Lamborghini Urus Pickup Truck Rendered 1 photo
You see, while purists can hold something against any other supercar makers that has included an SUV in its range as part of the high-riding craze that is the current era, the said ancestor of the Urus means Sant'Agata Bolognese is the exception.

And when you think that it all started with Lamborghini trying to get its hands on a military contract via the Cheetah, the rear-engined offroader project that came before the LM002...

That's right, you keen-eyed aficionados: there's quite a bit of Raptor hidden underneath those Lamborghini Centro Stile design lines - pixel tip to Carlifestyle for this render.

However, if we are to talk Urus derivatives that will actually be built, I have to remind you that Lamborghini has earned its master of versions and editions degree via the Volkswagen Group. As such, we'll eventually receive a whole Urus lineup.

For now, the Italian automotive producer is working to deliver the ST-X. We're talking about a customer racing version of the Urus. This is scheduled to get its one-make racing series next year.

The tracks used for the battles will be in Europe and the Middle East, with these mixing asphalt and rugged terrain sessions. And yes, the Raging Bull is expected to come up with a road-going version of the Urus ST-X, as, for instance, it has done with the Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale.

There will also be an Urus hybrid, albeit with the SUV not being the first production Lamborghini to use a gas-electric powertrain. Instead, that title is expected to go to the Aventador successor, which will arrive early next decade.


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