However, upon closer inspection, we notice the high-riding Sant'Agata Bolognese model has borrowed elements from other Lambos. You see, the Lambo gets bits and piece from the Aventador SVJ and the Lamborghini Terzo Millenio concept.
As indicated by the microscopic ground clearance of the Urus (and the tags of the Instagram post), the machines rides on air suspension. We must also mention the custom wheels of the car, with their fat lips appearing to go rather well with the design of the machine.
All this extreme aero on a Urus makes us think of a possible future, one that involves motorsport. It all started when the Raging Bull introduced the Urus ST-X, a concept car portraying a racing incarnation of the Urus that can handle asphalt and rugged terrain.
No further details have been released so far, but we might just see Lamborghini build a Urus racecar. And once that comes out, it wouldn't surprise us to come across conversion packs that allow it to wear license plates.
After all, we only need to check out the McLaren P1 GTR and its street-legal conversion for an example of this.
In fact, Lamborghini itself is no stranger to this, as for instance, the Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale was a factory-built, road-going version of the Gallardo racecar.
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