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Lamborghini’s First SUV Named ‘Lamborghini LM002’ Had An Epic Power Of 444hp

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It was initially meant to be a military car and the design says just as much. The engine is large enough to run quite a battle and it is by no means a lesser competitive in the league of large, bold off-road trucks. The Lamborghini LMOO2 is a powerful monster that understands too well what it was made for.

Although it is just in recent times that Lambo hinted their full-throttle on SUV in the name of the Urus, the Lamborghini LM002 was its earliest attempt. It was by no means a lesser design or lesser in performance.

Pulling a whooping 450 bhp, this 4WD, this car was gifted three self-locking diffs and a meaty run-flat rubber. It is as heavy as it could get, weighing almost three tons.

When you the list of people that owned one of these includes Mike Tyson, Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi, and the infamous Pablo Escobar, then you know you there was a special sense in this car. This vehicle utilized a Chrysler V8-powered engine and was named the Cheetah for its ingenious abilities.

It leaves behind a legacy that is befitting an award-winning movie. That Lamborghini is now coming around with the Urus SUV is great news to all awaiting the marque renowned for fantastic sporting experiences to turn a different leaf altogether.

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