Lowered Lamborghini LM002 Rendered as Brutal Racecar

Allow us to start by mentioning the heavily modded Lamborghini we have here is a rendering. But why would anybody wish to lower the original Lambo SUV and make the thing even wider?
Lowered Lamborghini LM002 Render 1 photo
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The pixel play also adds other touches to the Lambo Rambo, as the thing is fitted with modern-day Raging Bull wheels. The thing has also received a few mods that can be easily spotted, with most of these targeting the front end.

For one thing, we can see a pair of turbos through the semi-absent grille, while the split-open lower front fascia accommodates a pair of hefty coolers.

Digital artist Yasid Oozear is the one behind the visual play sitting before us, with his imagination running wild on a daily basis, as some of his previous works have shown us.

Well, while this idea might seem ridiculous at first, here are a few reasons for which this contraption might have more than a few fans out there. So, without further ado, here are the promised reasons:
  • The Lamborghini LM002 was an insane idea to start with.
  • Sant'Agata Bolognese itself admitted the 5.2-liter V12 engine, which was lifted off the Countach, wasn't muscular enough for the behemoth, which is why the company offered a 7.2-liter V12 marine engine. So that TT setup in the render might just help.
  • This proposal can be regarded as a Lamborghini SUV racecar, which is exactly how one would describe the latest Urus concept the Italians showcased.
  • Here's a Lamborghini Espada that has been given the Rat Rod treatment by a Fench chop shop, with the creature earning tons of attention over the last few weeks. Now, does the LM002 we have here still seem like an exaggeration?
P.S.: Here's a recent review of the Lamborghini LM002. The drifting is on the house.
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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