I guess it makes sense considering that a person that buys a Lambo isn't worried about fuel consumption.
I don't know if I like it or not....but it is very unique without being too much like the Aztec.
On second thought, I DO like the front a lot, but the rear I'm not a huge fan of. It kinda reminds me of the rear of the Porsche Cayenne. It's like the front is very aggressive, and the back very plain.
If this is real though, I'd expect it to have much wider tires.
The Bentley SUV looked sooooo much better. Thats uhgly.
the espada is also being considered by Lambo, but now that i looked at it again, i think this one is a chop. notice the hood, there are no grooves or lines anywhere on it. also, the front door doesn't seem to fit, theres just something about it that's bothering me.
Lamborghini will do anything to get all the use out of their Touareg platform, won't they???
Well... it's not the first Lambo SUV anyways.... whatever works...
The bentley seriously looks like a pacifica...
yeah, I was just going to say "didn't Lambo used to make SUVs?"Originally Posted by mgescuro
yeah.. like the LM002 or something liek that. I don't recall teh name.Originally Posted by pkd87
They were real off roaders too.
yes, Lamborghini has had SUVs before. in 1977 they hoped to be part of a US military project and produced the rear-engined Cheetah concept for the 1977 Geneva Motor Show. By the early 1908s, though, American company AM had won the Army contract with their cheaper Humvee. Despite this, Lamborghini pressed on with the LM002 and it was available from 1985. it used a brutally strong and complex steel spaceframe chassis with bonded aluminum panel. it used the countach's engine as well. top speed was 126 mph, 0-60 in 8.5 seconds, 450 hp and 369 lb/ft of torque. haha, it only got 10.2 mpg, not surprising.
The back could use some more detail.
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