Lamborghini Urus Racecar Is a Carbon SUV, Sits So Low

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Photo: Jonsibal
We are only a few months away from the first seasons of the one-make series that will put the Lamborghini Urus ST-X to work. You know, the circuit-confined incarnation of the Raging Bull SUV that is aimed at sprinting over both asphalt and rugged terrain. So, to help you pass the time, I've brought along a rendering that portays an Urus racecar.
The pixel play shows an extreme incarnation of the Sant'Agata Bolognese machine, one that seems to use quite a lot of carbon - the wonder material is exposed for many parts of the vehicle, so it draws attention like a magnet.

Of course, the aero is exactly what you'd expect for the newfound purpose of the Italian toy. So we're talking about a GT-grade rear wing, an EVO front spoiler lip, canards, along with side skirt extensions and widebody fender flares.

As for the connection to the road, this Urus sits as low as possible, at least in this configuration (as rally cars have proven, one doesn't neccesarily need humongous ground clearance levels to tackle gravel stages). Then we have the wheel and tire package, which involve three-piece rims wrapped in Nitto NT420V rubber.

And since we're talking about an all-out racer, the cabin now houses a full cage, even though many of the production elements might not be there anymore.

Jonsibal is the digital artist behind this render and we have to applaud the gear head's effort to bring the Urus in line with Lamborghini's Huracan GT3 EVO racecar - what's the purpose of such an exercise? Exploring the limits of the platform, of course.

PS: Since I mentioned the Urus ST-X above, I have to explain that the upcoming racing series was one of the topics that came up when interviewing Lamborghini EMEA (Europe, The Middle East and Africa) CEO Andrea Baldi earlier this year.

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