Lamborghini Urus Goes Topless

Rendering

Say what you want about top-chopped SUVs, but the odds of a cabrio version of the Lamborghini Urus making production are practically zero.

We now know that Lamborghini plans to launch a production version of its Urus SUV sometime in 2017. Some brand loyalists aren’t too happy about it but the Italian automaker clearly sees dollar signs much in the same way Porsche has financially benefitted from its Cayenne. Business is business after all. But for now, multi-talented rendering artist Theophilus Chin has created this image of what a cabrio version of the Urus could look like if it were to ever make production (which we highly doubt). Still, anything looks better than the Nissan CrossCabriolet.

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