L​il Uzi Vert’s Soul-Crushing Animè Lamborghini Urus

    P​art 3 of Lil Uzi’s crazy car collection.

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    S​o, we have taken a look into Lil Uzi’s Bugatti Veyron and his Audi R8 but there is still one super car remaining, his Lamborghini Urus.

    A​t first glance, I know many of you threw up a little in your mouth, at least I know that I did, but this car actually has a lot going for it. For example, the wrap. This wrap consists of a series of images taken from an issue of Shogakukan's Monthly Big Comic Spirits magazine, which was bundled with a free calendar from the manga, ‘Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor’ (Mobile Police Patlabor), causing it to be sold out everywhere. Also on the front cover of the magazine featured images from ‘Disu x Komi’, which made it onto the wrap of the car. In my opinion, it adds a bit of perspective to Lil Uzi’s tastes and personal preferences.

    The front cover of N​ovember 2016’s issue of Shogakukan's Monthly Big Comic Spirits magazine

    The front cover of N​ovember 2016’s issue of Shogakukan's Monthly Big Comic Spirits magazine

    A​s far as I can tell, there’s not many visual upgrades. The Urus has a completely new rear bumper fit with a new shiny black exhaust. Although the part that captures my eye the most are the rims. The Forgiato ‘Vlone T‘ rims, clearly based on fashion icon, Vlone by A$AP Bari. Similar to the other two cars, this was also taken to Car Effex in New Jersey as shown by the window decal and has a sunroof just to finish off.

    W​e don’t know much about the specs of the car but on Instagram, Car Effex claimed it to be 850HP, which is incredibly powerful. The interior of the car has a black and white finish to it which is quite weird but very nice although there is a good chance this has been changed since these pictures have been taken.

    T​he Final Verdict

    T​he thought put into this car is extraordinary but very outlandish, the overall colour and design of the wrap is pretty unpleasant. Some may go as far as to say that it’s ruined and I can definitely see why, it just doesn’t work. On the other hand, some people may argue that performance is what really matters but in the end it comes down to opinion. So that sparks the question, did Lil Uzi ruin his Lamborghini Urus? I’ll let you all decide that...

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