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Discussion in 'Auto News' started by RocZX, Dec 16, 2016.
A dealer made a 'Urus' out of an Audi Q7 to get people excited for Lambo's SUV
Belladonna could probably do a better job turning a Q7 into a Urus. They made an 'Estoque' out of an RS7 after all.
Good god, that looks like ass.
Can't wait to see housewives tailgating others in the slow lane with this.
I know that the Urus would be taller than the concept in order to be production ready, but damn. That looks thicc.
It looks too chubby imo.
Basically if Lamborghini can get away with this expect Ferrari to make their own soon.
I doubt it, Porsche has been getting away with it for a decade and a half. Is a direct competitor of Ferrari, and yet no response. To me this is all Lambo in how off the wall it is ideally for said company. Type of thing they like, plus as noted by several not their first time.
Ferrari has a very clear cut mentality on operations, so I would expect them to do the exact opposite. Even if their shared mechanics twin has one in this very category. That's all FCA needs is that anyways, which is another reason why Ferrari wont care.
Lamborghini sort of leaked the Urus with their teaser video. Sort of showing off the design.
This "Lamborghini" looks like another overpowered hyper-super SUV from Dubai.
It's not even a V10. Glorified Touareg.
Well the Touareg is based on the Porsche Cayenne. So I guess a Lamborghini based on a Cayenne isn't that bad?
Yeah but it's nothing really special. It has a standard VW engine.
And I'd still rather have the Toerag.
I'm just glad they tested it off road since others thought it wouldn't be capable of it. Glad they tested a useless vehicle mode that wont be used and the vehicle didn't seem capable of yet was.
The concept was nice, a Lamborghini. This not so much.
Wow, it looks like this:
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This article was published by Andrew Evans (@Famine) on December 4th, 2017 in the Automotive News category.
Looks like I caught this just in time, only 5 minutes left of waiting for the live stream.