Our colleagues from OmniAuto.it are back with another high-quality render, this time showing a potential look for the Lamborghini Urus production version.
This past summer, Lamborghini announced it will have a LM002 spiritual successor ready by 2018 and will be built at home in Sant'Agata Bolognese. Around 3,000 units will be assembled each year and according to a company insider the Urus will stay "very close" to the concept shown back in 2012. Based on that, the guys from OmniAuto.it decided to transform the concept into a production vehicle by installing conventional side mirrors, Huracan-like door handles, roof rails, sunroof and a familiar wheel design.
Lamborghini has already announced they are thinking about an SV derivative which if approved will be added to the range later on, possibly by the end of the decade. Little else is known about the Urus, but it will likely be based on the second generation Audi Q7 and according to previous reports it could get a hybrid V8 version and/or a turbocharged engine.