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Lamborghini Urus Baja Racer Render Ready For Off-Road Action

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The car is a Baja variant of the Lamborghini Urus – the SUV people hate and hate to hate. It’s been the subject of plenty of criticism recently; however, some people remain in awe of the concept of a Lamborghini-inspired off-roader. In any case, the roaring bull isn’t interested in what you think and will be returning with full force.

With this HotCars premium render, we’re again in awe of this Lamborghini Urus in perhaps its most excellent form, The Baja racer, designed to race on dunes and break all records. Let’s see if the Urus translates well to a rugged, rough-around-the-edges desert racer and if the design ethos and image get enhanced through this virtual ‘Baja treatment.’This is the Custom Lamborghini Urus Upgrade For Your Pleasure via HotCars Engine-wise. It’s the identical 641 horsepower 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 found in the regular SUV. However, the engine has been redesigned for the world of desert racing. As a standard, the super-SUV can achieve the 0-60 mph mark in 3.6 seconds, and that’s half all there is to it. It’s a luxurious sport utility vehicle, brimming with technology and well-crafted.

If you’re looking for a Baja racing car, the beautiful interior would likely need to be stripped and the whole body trimmed. However, from the exterior, this intriguing rendering shows how a modified Urus could appear. It’s as you’d think (if you could even imagine it). The Lamborghini Urus Baja Racer features increased ride height due to a custom suspension system and drivetrain.
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Lamborghini’s Urus in its element thanks to A Makeover for Off-Roads via HotCars A higher ride height by itself does not make it an endurance racer in the desert. A massive wheel with off-road tires sits just outside the Urus’ wheel arches. Scuff plates protect the famous hood. Additionally, there is an off-road rack mounted to the roof and LED lights on the front bumper.
The biggest surprise is in the shape of an open trunk with the spare wheel and one strip that features an Italian brand’s logo and backlights that span the rear quarters.

A render seldom is as effective as this one when an unusual and controversial design like that of the Urus is in a place it didn’t think it would. You shouldn’t expect to see anything similar in a model produced by Lamborghini.

Saloni Behl

By Saloni Behl

I always had a crush on technology that's why I love reviewing the latest tech for the readers.

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