There must be someone rich enough to make this a reality.
The LM002, aka the "Rambo Lambo," was Lamborghini's first-ever SUV. While the Italian carmaker has hinted at a modern successor to the LM002, the Lamborghini Urus seems to be doing the trick in terms of sales numbers. Instead of creating a modern LM002, Instagram rendering artists Abimelecdesign have decided to imagine what a six-wheeled version might look like.
The six-wheel vehicle trend was kicked off by the Mercedes-AMG G63 6X6 and was later copied by Hennessey with the Velociraptor 6X6 and the Silverado-based Goliath 6X6. Abimelecdesign calls its creation the Lamborghini LM002 Sei per Sei, which translates to "six by six" in Italian.
Abimelecdesign says it imagines the Sei per Sei keeping the original V12 engine and manual transmission but adding "a whole axle to the back, along with a bigger bed with seating, to take the best lion and elephant pictures with your Kodak film camera from the comfort of a leather-wrapped captain chair and a whole center console."
The bed area of the LM002 was never very practical like a normal pickup truck, so we commend the idea of transforming it into an outdoor seating area. It reminds us a bit of the jump seats in the Subaru Brat, but with an added dose of luxury. Lamborghini's original complicated tailgate has also been swapped out in favor of some handy stairs. A welcomed change.
This creation is not real and only exists as a rendering. But with all of the 6X6 creations popping up lately, we wouldn't be shocked if some wealthy individual commissions one of these for their collection. Only 328 examples of the LM002 were built from 1986 to 1993, meaning one of the examples would have to be cut up in order to build the Sei per Sei in real life.