Call it “Baja” or “Dakar,” it doesn’t make any difference-instead of dwelling on the part of the world where such a contraption would compete. It’s best to talk about the idea depicted in the depiction that now occupies our screens. Namely a Lamborghini Urus that would obtain all the hardware required to face any kind of terrain.
Sure, the year 2020 is the year in which the motorcycle ST-X embodiment of Urus. It creates by Sant’Agata Bolognese to both paved and unpaved on asphalted surfaces. The automated advice we have here, however, takes things… A pixel tip to Veer Design for this eye-candy more than a step forward.
Although the outline of the vehicle raises the issue of how much left in this dune strider’s production model. The additional styling indicators take into account the Raging Bull style Heritage.
Naturally, the greatest change is due to decreases in body height while the wider loops, air scoops on the roof and side scoops complete the scenery.
The engine is now situated in the middle, with the tailpipes that exit the car in an interesting way. As you will see using the Instagram swiping function below.
Such a setup could also need a couple of more tires, as we saw on the illustration that depicts a Dakar. The tires around them are mandatory.
Just imagine, such a Urus could always be in RWD shape. Which is where we go deeper down the creative trail. Maybe offering a rear-only driving mode with a glimpse of a special Urus lane.
And if the idea for the 2WD sounds odd, the Dakar Rally winners will help explain this easily – the 2019 Hilux triumph for Toyota has been the only AWD victory since 2016.
And while the car’s shape makes one wonder how much of the production model is left inside this dune strider. The additional styling clues do take into account the Raging Bull style Heritage.