Lamborghini X-rover Concept by Prashant Choudhary

The X-Rover is a design concept based on the idea of the perfect Lamborghini off-roader. A frog like body made completely out of carbon fiber affords the X-Rover an extremely low curb weight, allowing it to be the perfect off roader that doesn't sacrifice ride comfort. The carbon fiber rear diffuser protects the chassis as well as aides airflow underneath the car. The extra wide body allows for increased grip off road similar to a rock crawler.

The X-Rover draws influence from the Lamborghini design language including the front Xenon headlights with LED indicators. The rear taillights also make use of LEDs and help to add to the frog like aesthetics of the X-Rover. The dynamic front bumper incorporates mesh framing is also constructed completely of carbon fiber for added strength.

The interior is equally as futuristic and features handmade lather work.

Power comes from a 3.0 liter V6 mounted transversely mid-ship similar to the classic Lamborghini Miura. Power is delivered through an wheel drive system fitted with a hill descent control system. That power makes contact with terrain via custom lightweight 20 in .wheels wrapped in meaty 235/70 tires. Braking is provided by four wheel disc brakes.

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