How do you draw a Lamborghini?

There might only be one way. How I would draw it is that it’s an SUV. If you’re going to have an SUV, you might as well have a Lambo. I’ve done some sketches of an Lambo in a van. I think in Europe, a Lambo is an SUV. For instance, they’ve been doing some car shows. What do they do? They put that Lambo back on the road and let the other manufacturers test it and see what they think. They would have done this in America. That’s how I do it. If I were designing an SUV, it should be a Lamborghini.

Why would you draw what you have right now?

If you think about it, all you’re actually seeing now is what’s coming to cars and trucks in the future. It’s already happening on a level a lot of people can’t even imagine and won’t even believe that’s coming to a car show. If every car you see is an SUV, then what you’re only seeing are the people who are already there waiting in line and have their cars and gear all ready for a sale. The last time I was in Las Vegas I saw a Lamborghini with a few hundred people in attendance waiting for an autograph and every driver was already a huge Lambo fan. The only thing people seem to see now is a Lamborghini or an SUV.

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