While the LM002 project started long before Chrysler took over Lamborghini in 1987, let’s just thank all those maniacs who keep these monsters in perfect condition so Jay Leno could drive one, because the Rambo Lambo is a must see for all.
This bright red 1990 example got a few upgrades compared to the earlier cars, like the Lamborghini Diablo’s 5.2 block with the Countach’s crank and four-valve head. The V12 is good for about 450 horsepower in LM002 tune, or maybe less in fuel-injected form, I don’t really know.
What I do know that this is the most outrageous four-seater money could buy with its optional 77 gallon fuel tank, which is also the largest ever fitted into a production vehicle. You haven’t seen wheel arch extensions until you checked out these truck’s, and the Bentley Bentayga’s diamond-infused dash clock has nothing on the LM002’s either.
I wouldn’t have it in any other color.
Photo credit: Jay Leno’s Garage
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