2007 Lamborghini LM 400 Concept

The LM 400 is a concept vehicle designed by Rene Harrigan inspired by the 1980s Lamborghini LM 002. The intention was to design a luxury luxury off-road vehicle that could mark the return of Lamborghini in this prestigious segment, to compete against Lincoln, Hummer, Cadillac, Land Rover.

The LM 400 Concept is based on the Audi Q7 platform. It features an all-aluminum structure and is powered by a range of engines that includes V8, V10 and V12 units.

The LM 400 is designed in four different body styles: the entry level LM V8, the sporty LM-S, the luxury LM-400 V10 and the high performance LMR, powered by a V12 engine delivering 600hp.

Prices start from $54,000 for the entry-level to over $230,000 for the top-of-the-line LMR V12.


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5 comments:

the current Lamborghini design team is all about cutting-edge design, not retro style. I am not opposed to the idea of a Lambo SUV...or a Chassis Cab, for that matter.

The LM from Lambo was a mistake. Though this is a good looking render, I have to believe that Lambo/Audi would never entertain the idea of another SUV for the raging bull. That’s almost as silly an idea as a Porsche SUV. Oh, wait...

LM400 is perfect. And as far as I can tell, this one is better than the Hummer or the Land Rover. Audi Q7 is not that dazzling when it comes to the design, so how would you think that LM 400 is based from its platform. The wheels are perfect for outdoor and rural trips, without lessening its glossiness.

this is the future of lamborghini

Dude i cant wait till this car comes out

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