The rare Lamborghini SUV LM002, which is essentially the ancestor of the current analogue in the image of the Lamborghini Urus, as it may seem surprising, actually surpassed the latter in value. However, for such exotic small-scale production machines, this is not so paradoxical.
In Munich, an Italian all-terrain vehicle from the past (1992) was put up for sale, the owner of which valued the car at € 357,000. According to the owner, the car, despite its age, is in excellent technical condition. Indirectly, such evidence confirms the mileage of the car, which at the time of sale is only 16,000 km.
Under the hood of the retro SUV, there is a 5.2-liter V12 engine with a 426-horsepower output inherited from the Countach. A motor with such potential can accelerate a fairly heavy vehicle to 100 km / h in 9.3 seconds, and the maximum speed of the all-terrain vehicle is almost 200 km / h.
A total of 328 copies of the Lamborghini LM002 from 1986 to 1993 were issued by the Italian company, 40 units of which were purchased at one time by the Saudi Ministry of Defense, and a hundred more cars were then in Libya.