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2006 Lambo SUV

Discussion in 'LamborghiniChat.com' started by Jcarson, Jul 28, 2004.

  1. Jcarson

    Jcarson Rookie

    Nov 5, 2003
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  3. tfazio

    tfazio Formula 3
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    Apr 20, 2004
    If Lambo does make another SUV I hope it is as outrageous as the LM. That was a pretty amzing SUV. I also hope they use a true 12 Cylinder Lamborghini engine and greatly differentiate it from the Toureg/Cayenne etc... Are there any LM002 owners here? If so please post pictures.
  4. Doug.

    Doug. Formula 3
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    Apr 16, 2004
    Las Vegas, NV
    Thats a cool idea. Lamborghini started out making tractors and air conditioners, why not bring the LM002 back? Lets spice it up a bit more this time with the Murcielago's 6.2 liter V12, that should do it! I'd take mine to the dunes and slap some paddle tires on her! Yeeeee-Haaaw!!!
  5. Omerta

    Omerta Formula Junior

    Jan 10, 2004
    I heard that, despite the Countach V12 in the LM002, it was still a dog when it came to acceleration, and also heard the handling was brutal, even for an SUV. But, again, this is just what I heard, can anyone post some specs, or owners share your comments?

    I think Lambo should stick to the cars for the future. But, then again, I said that when I heard about the Cayenne, but...I later fell in love with Porsches creation. I think they really hit the nail on the head with the Turbo Cayenne.
  6. blueferrari2003

    May 18, 2004
    I think that they should just keep to cars, who wants to see an suv with doors that swing upwards anyways? There cars are great, but like said earlier the LM was more of a dog and poor handling. The high center of gravity kills the whole handling idea that lambo has going for them.

    Just my 2 cents on it.
  7. FastTalk

    FastTalk Formula Junior

    Aug 20, 2002
    Calabasas, CA
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    Adam Alexander
  8. MurcieMurcie

    MurcieMurcie F1 Rookie

    Jan 31, 2004

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