The thing splits opinions like few other SUV builds: while some love the way in which it brings the look of the Urus closer to that of a Lamborghini supercar, others condemn the fact that the offroading abilities of the machine have been axed.
Truth be told, the Italian automotive producer has made serious efforts to ensure the high-rider doesn't stumble when it runs out of asphalt, so critics of the said project can certainly rely on this argument.
Nevertheless, the newfound appearance of the Raging Bull continues to make vawes on the world wide web and you are now looking at one.
The images we have here are obviously renderings, but they take the concept even further. For one thing, those fat fenders, which give the car its widebody look, have been inspired from those of the LM002.
Oh, and I'll use this occasions to repeat that it shouldn't take long until we get to see this Lamborghini SUV tuning trend leading to at least one LM002 build, despite the rarity of the original terrain-taming bull.
Lamborghini is working on expanding the color and material palette for the Urus and it looks like this render is here to portray that. So make sure to use the swipe feature of the Instagram post below to enjoy the full eye candy.
As for the second post below, this not only portrays the said RDBLA Urus, but can also act as an x-ray of the current super-SUV tuning world.
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I didn’t like the Urus when it came out, thought it was one of those cars that no matter how you modified, it would always look weird, however, @rdbvik proved me oh so wrong. He recently picked up a Urus and I really encourage you to check out what he has done with it because it’s really good. That was the inspiration behind this green thing today. LM002 inspired fender flares, Rotiform HUR and a couple different changes to the kit. What do you think? Do you like the Lambo SUV? . . . . . . . #lamborghini #urus #low #wide #v8 #twin #turbo #twinturbo #green #satin #rotiform #hur #lm002 #4door #big #3d #render