The Lamborghini Lanzador concept strangely transforms into a Macan-style compact crossover

The Lamborghini Lanzador concept strangely transforms into a Macan-style compact crossover

It’s been a while since we’ve discussed anything from Lamborghini in terms of the imaginative realm of digital car content creators. Well, the draft is over now, although I’m not sure that’s for the better.
Lamborghini Lanzador CGI transformation by Theotel
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Photo: Theotel/YouTube

The last time we searched fantasyland for anything Lamborghini-related, it was Car review channel I thought it was appropriate to appreciate just how capable the Urus isSUVs It could look after a second facelift and with hybrid power under the hood. This only makes sense, as the electrified Urus is positioned as a key step in Lambo’s sustainable transformation after the mid-engine Revuelto hybrid.

The partially zero-emission Urus will likely debut around the same time as the next-generation Huracan, with the two supposedly combined in the powertrain with a plug-in hybrid V8 setup. After that, Lamborghini will likely take its sweet time before introducing its first dedicated car Eve Because the Lanzador electric car concept – a two-door EV coupe – will not appear in production form until around 2028 if all goes according to plan.

Well, that’s all that happens in the real world. Meanwhile, the parallel universes of the CGI vehicles have other strange things to consider. For example, this virtual artist, known as Theotel On social media, I’ve resorted to hacking and dicing a Subaru Crosstrek with Lanzador DNA to create a compact electric car that will turn out to be a rival/sibling to the upcoming second-generation Porsche Macan EV. The Crosstrek was just a model for this hypothetical design project, and was soon expanded and redesigned with the bold design of the Lanzador concept. Interestingly, during this transition, the electric vehicle lost a large part of its appeal because the resulting compact SUV was no longer anything more than a regular five-door model.

I don’t agree with this treatment – but as always, beauty is always in the eye of the beholder, and I won’t hold a grudge against anyone who thinks this sounds like the perfect solution to a Lotus Eletre electric SUV. Moreover, there’s logic behind it – Porsche is already preparing an exclusive lifestyle EV for the second-generation Macan compact SUV, and an eventual Lambo sibling could easily borrow its powertrain and performance numbers (at a much higher price point, of course ).

On the other hand, it will be a long time before Lamborghini actually decides what to do with the Lanzador concept, as the model is not scheduled to enter production before 2028. Until then, you can still play with it via the CGI world because the Italian company has allowed the Cars recently launched its EV car by joining the popular online gaming platform and game creation system Roblox. As such, anyone can play with the one-of-a-kind EV years before they drive it or whatever Lambo prepares as a production version.

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