Forget the upstart Urus — the Lamborghini LM002 started life as a military prototype before entering production in 1986, making it a true offroad vehicle. Only 328 were built over its seven-year production run, also making it one of the rarest Lamborghinis made, which is why you're not going to see anything like Ash Thorp's Baja-inspired LM002 in real life. Thorp kept the blocky bodywork, including the iconic hood, intact, while adding a lower stance with wider, beefier control arms front and rear. LED light bars, a mesh grille, and the raging bull logo minus the shield complete the look. Check out Thorp's Instagram page for more details.