LEGO Technic Lamborghini Urus Is Fake, Still Looks Amazing

Wouldn't you like a LEGO Lamborghini Urus? No, not the LEGO system kind, but an all-out LEGO Technic model. We know we would, as the Sant'Agata Bolognese SUV simply seems fit for the profile of a flagship.
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For the record, this role is currently held by the Bugatti Chiron (a life-size replica was built), which came to replace the Porsche 911 GT3 RS.

However, there's no official plastic-fantastic Urus for now. However, the Internet doesn't like to be kept waiting and this is how we ended up with a video of a LEGO Lamborghini Urus. In fact, this clip doesn't just portray a Technic Urus, but one that comes in full size, matching the real car.

Heck, the Instagram label that came up with this video even dropped a few thoughts on the matter: "Lamborghini Urus is made piece by piece. (Over 800.000 lego elements)"

The video is, of course, fake, but this doesn't take away the spectacle it delivers. And we haven't even gotten to the part about the key fob.

As you'll notice in the clip, there's a pretty special active smart key, which could pretty much put any smart key currently on the market to shame.

And this is where we have to mention that the CGI artist behind this stunt has a thing for such keys. We've showcased his work before, with the man envisioning the kind of hardware that simply should be brought to life.

After all, it's not like the technology for such gadgets isn't already here. So we're hoping that such development comes into production as soon as possible.

Returning to the idea of a faux video, earlier today we highlighted the importance of telling this apart from a genuine clip. And that came when talking about the artificial intelligence-designed cars that NVIDIA's machines did.


Thank you @lego for the best childhood 👾 Lamborghini Urus is made piece by piece. (Over 800.000 lego elements) #lego #legotechnic #lamborghini #urus Thanks to @575tima, and @amir_adilzhanov010 who helped me to create this Urus

A post shared by Iskander Utebayev (@bat.not.bad) on Dec 18, 2018 at 7:51am PST

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