Lamborghinis Being Used as Tractors at Muddy Farm Look Like a Urus Commercial

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Photo: Stephen Luwish
No, the images you are looking at don’t appear to be the result of a teenager’s image manipulation play. Chances are we are still talking about children, but ones disguised as Lamborghini-driving adults.
The photos have recently surfaced the web and while Lamborghinis can be had with noselift systems, what we see here is pure abuse. It looks like somebody over at a muddy farm is using these Raging Bulls for animal traction purposes.

This is wrong at so many levels and we’re ready to elaborate on the Sant’Agata Bolognese matter.

There are so many ways to spend your money on a vehicle for such a job

First and foremost, anybody who affords a Lamborghini and needs or wants to make use of it in such a manner should show some patience. The carmaker will bring its Urus SUV to the market soon.

Meanwhile, if these people simply can’t make due with the Porsche Cayenne, they could, for instance, go for the recently-introduced Bentley Bentayga.

Come to think of it, since the supercars were dragged through the mud anyway, the photo could at least be used for a Urus commercial. For one thing, it would settle the debate on whether the world needs such a car or not and silencing the keyboard warriors is no easy feat.

Secondly, the LM002 market is still out there, so grabbing one of the Lambo Rambo examples is always an option. Sure, neither the performance, nor the efficiency are up to date. But the blue collar Lambo will get the job done, you can bet on that.

And for people who need to tackle really difficult terrain, the Lamborghini Tractors are here to serve. Sure, the Italian carmaker was born as a tractor builder, but things are separate nowadays. And they should stay that way.
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