Does This Performante render make the Urus look better?

1y ago

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Lamborghini finally unveiled their Urus model last week, releasing the fastest production SUV on the market currently. Powered by a 4.0L twin-turbo V8, the Urus produces 641BHP, a 0-60MPH time of 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 190MPH, beating the Bentley Bentayga's previous top speed record of 187MPH.

The Urus is the Italian manufacturer's first SUV since the LM002, and is fitted with the World's largest carbon ceramic brakes on a production car. Many negative opinions were raised about the car's looks upon it's release, with people questioning the shape of the new SUV.

The Urus Performate Render by X-Tomi Design

Now, renderer X-Tomi Design has tried to change people's opinions of the Urus, giving it a Performante pack. The renderer has modified the front bumper, added new rims and rear spoiler, and added black accents to the green car in an attempt to make it more aggressive.

What do you think? Should Lamborghini make a Urus Performante?

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Comments (5)
  • I was reading on drivetribe about the lambo suv...i dont know who wrote that article but damn it thanks to that article (that stated that the rear door handle was one of the uglest ever made) the only detail i can see, and i hate it, is the rear door handle!!!! I cant see the car anymore... i dont know if it is beautifull, sporty, ugly.... I see only that miserable door handle that stands there like an uninvited guest... so thank to the autor of previosly mentioned article the performante render could have it done look better but i f****ing cant see it...i se only that damn rear door handle!!!

    1 year ago
  • Lamborghini swung and missed with this design... The renderings I saw in 2012 on Car&Driver we're much better than this. What happened? Did Lamborghini forget how to design front ends.

    1 year ago

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