Lamborghini RAV4? Ferrari Prius? Toyotas transformed into Italian look-a-likes
They say imitation is the ultimate form of flattery, though we're not sure what Italian supercar makers Ferrari and Lamborghini would make of this lot.
Japanese bodykit company Albermo has transformed the new Toyota RAV4 into a pretend Lamborghini Urus, and the current generation Toyota Prius into a Ferrari of some kind.
The ‘XR51’ bodykit (shown above) fits a Lamborghini Urus SUV inspired front bumper onto the current fifth generation Toyota RAV4.
The Urus is already one of the fastest SUVs ever, but Lamborghini isn't resting on its laurels, allegedly.
Motor Trend's Johnny Lieberman recently took to his Instagram (see bottom), saying he's had word from a "well placed source" that Lamborghini is working on an even "higher performance version" of the Urus, though a name hasn't been confirmed.
The upcoming Audi SQ8 has been spied completely devoid of camouflage, ahead of a likely official reveal later this year.
Spotted in Europe, this white prototype looks pretty similar to standard Q8 variants, with the exception of the quad-tipped exhaust down the back.
Behind the large alloy wheels we can also see brakes wearing the Audi Sport badge – another subtle hint at this vehicle's added performance potential.
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