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The Rambo Lambo Returns

by Nik Berg
2 April 2024 1 min read
The Rambo Lambo Returns

The Lamborghini LM002 is back – or at least a riotous replica is. Dartz, makers of outrageous automobiles favored by despots and dignitaries, has just revealed its Pombrom Iron Diamond CLV.

The Latvian LM002 lookalike is based on a Urus and described by Dartz as “automotive majesty.” In a press release that’s very thin on details but thick with hype the company says: “This masterpiece transcends the ordinary and redefines the extraordinary.” 

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Film fans may recognize Dartz from The Dictator and A Good Day to Die Hard where its armored automobiles featured on the silver screen and the company’s website is no less theatrical, boasting of its 155-year history of royal duty, providing “bulletproof opulence trusted by billionaires, rulers, celebrities, superstars and one Dictator since 1869.”

DARTZ Prombron Iron Diamond CLV based on Lamborghini Urus 2

The Iron Diamond’s exterior resemblance to the original Rambo Lambo is uncanny, although the interior is likely to be more practical than the cramped cabin of the LM002 – and certainly more luxurious. Dartz is known for using the most ostentatious materials, including snakeskin, ostrich leather, crocodile skin and even whale penis. Not a car for vegans then.

“Embodying the epitome of masculine design, the Iron Diamond CLV exudes an aura reminiscent of the venerable LM002, evoking nostalgia while simultaneously heralding a new era of automotive prowess,’ says Dartz. “Crafted entirely from carbon fibre and fortified with the heart of a Lamborghini powertrain, this extraordinary creation promises unparalleled speed and performance.”

Dartz doesn’t provide any technical information, but using anything less than a 657bhp Urus Performante as the donor vehicle surely wouldn’t cut it among the authoritarian automobile enthusiasts willing to part with £2.1 million from their country’s national reserves.

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