From the mind and digital pen of Theophilus Chin, the experiment is called the Usus, and it’s essentially the Urus SUV with a truck bed instead of the regular cabin. The rest of the vehicle is pretty much untouched, from the dual tail tips to the sculpted door to the slicing nose.
The most hilarious part might be the small gap you can see on the B-Pillar, which seems like it’s supposed to mimic the air vents you’d see on the Aventador or Huracan that are, you know, actually functional.
The Urus SUV made headlines this week, when news broke that the Italian government is offering Lamborghini 100 million Euros in tax breaks and incentives for a production factory to build the Urus. Lamborghini is still waiting, however, for the Volkswagen group to give the final stamp of approval on the vehicle. We’ll probably never see a real Lambo pickup, though.