The upcoming Lamborghini Urus is set to make it's debut in the coming weeks. With suggestions of it being the most powerful production SUV in the world and Lamborghini's first SUV since the LM002, it's got a lot to live up to.
Not everyone is sold on the car though, with some people not liking it's shape and design. For those of you who aren't sold on the Urus, RM Sotheby's have the answer for you! As part of their New York Icons sale in December, the auction company are selling a 1990, Rambo Lambo LM002. Powered by the same V12 engine as from the Countach, the Italian manufacturer produced just 328 LM002 models. This model is 1 of just 60 that were LM/American models, destined for the U.S. Market.
The 'Rambo Lambo' has just undergone a 5 year restoration and is like brand new inside! - Image from RM Sotheby's
The car has just finished undergoing a five year restoration, and comes with the original factory tools and jack, along with photo documentation of it's restoration and a rare rear cargo box. Sotheby's estimate that the car will go for between $400,000 and $500,000 on 6th December. That's double what the Urus is expected to be sold for, but hey, it's a classic!