This is a hard no.
The Honda Crosstour was not one of the Japanese marque's finest moments. An apparent attempt to combine one too many body styles into a single vehicle, the Crosstour's bizarre proportions were a mix of a wagon and a crossover. Customers were not won over and the Crosstour, which was initially called the Accord Crosstour, was eventually put out of its misery in 2016 due to poor sales.
Well, believe it or not, someone has managed to come up with an even more offensive Crosstour by giving it a makeover inspired by the Lamborghini Urus. Strangely, this isn't the first time someone tried to transform an everyday runabout into a Urus wannabe.
We're not sure what's worse: the ill-advised decision to try to make a Crosstour look like a Lambo, or the shoddiness of the work that has been done. In front, the headlights are a clear nod to the Urus SUV, as are the grilles and a revised front splitter.
Along the sides, there are giant chrome wheels and, if you look closely, the center caps feature the Lamborghini Raging Bull. The fender flares have been attached with close to zero care and look as though they'd be ripped off on a windy day. Worse still, these add-ons are littered with scratches.
At the back, things don't get any better. The taillights have been given a black tint that doesn't look all that great. Higher up, there's a giant rear wing that makes the spoiler on the back of the actual Urus look tame. Needless to say, the comments on the original Reddit post were unflattering and many of them can't be repeated here.
The Urus custom job is likely to add to the infamy of the original Crosstour, which although solid and comfortable in typical Honda tradition, still made our list of Hondas to forget. If you happen to find yourself in the Palm Springs area, beware of the Honda Crosstour Urus, which may just see you losing your lunch.