Why It's Important: The Rambo Lambo
The Lamborghini LM002, also known as the Rambo Lambo, was way ahead of its time. It had a cargo bed, a lifted ride height, a chunky SUV body, a four-wheel-drive system with a two-speed transfer case, and custom Pirelli rubber. That made it far and away the most versatile product Lamborghini had ever built. At the same time, the Countach V12 and five-speed manual ensured that this truck still accelerated like a Lamborghini should, hitting 60 mph in 7.7 seconds (don't laugh, according to the October 1987 issue of Car And Driver, a Range Rover took twice as long to get to 60 as the Rambo Lambo). The LM002 is to the Urus SUV as the Miura is to the Aventador.