Lacking a large supply of true military vehicles, rebels in Libya largely used trucks with improvised armaments as "technicals" instead. Some of these were Toyotas and Fords, but most were Chinese-built knockoffs of Toyotas and Fords.
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We know the now-confirmed Lamborghini SUV will premiere at this year's Beijing Motor Show, but the Chinese media is slapping down a few interesting details including the possible name: Urus. You know, as in the mother of bulls.
Renders of a Lamborghini SUV have left everyone to wonder just what the Italians are up to with regards to their future plans (other than a dozen or so alphanumerically-enhanced Aventadors). The company has responded to the rumors with few details but some intrigue.
These pictures, published in the appropriately-titled Italian magazine Quattroruote, claim to reveal the new Lamborghini SUV concept. Aventador styling on a tall Audi platform? Maybe. One thing's for certain, this ain't no rough-and-ready LM002.
The Beijing Motor Show is big and has lots to look at. With so manybooth professionals getting in the way, it was nearly impossible to take a clean photograph. Here are the leftovers we had to toss out.