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Heh... When I was in San Diego, me and a buddy went from dealership to dealership one day, test driving everything we could. We drove a Ferrari, a Mercedes 500 SL, some BMW, the 40th anniversary edition Mustang, a Corvette, and some rather sporty Audi.
Salesmen love to take cars out for test drives. Just ask 'em and you'll be surprised...
when will they learn we like slick sportscars and butch 4x4's and never the two shall mix.... do not give me a lambo that looks like it ate sweets till it got fat.... erghhh.. shoot the ass who came up with the porche one aswell...
The Lamborghini LM002 is an SUV that was built by the Lamborghini automobile company between 1986 and 1993. Approximately 300 vehicles are thought to have been built. This was an unusual departure for Lamborghini who, until that point was primarily known for high-performance grand tourers and supercars originally began in 1977 with a prototype vehicle codenamed the "Cheetah" which Lamborghini had designed in hopes of selling it to the US military. The original Cheetah prototype had a rear-mounted Chrysler V8 engine. The prototype was destroyed during testing by the US military. This led Lamborghini to develop the LM001, which was very similar to the Cheetah, but had an AMC V8 engine. It was finally determined that the engine being mounted in the rear caused too many unfavorable handling characteristics in an offroad vehicle, and the LMA002 was built with an entirely new chassis, moving the engine (now the V12 out of the Countach) to the front. After much testing and altering of the prototype, it was finally given a serial number and became the first LM002.