Of course, the most outstanding element of the Lamborghini is love for small-size, crazy-looking, and crazy-moving supercars. Unless the team leaves in a different planet, they cannot ignore the ever-growing SUV market. If they do, they would plague out of a profitable market.
That is the challenge the Lamborghini Urus has come to respond to. Under the Urus’ hood is a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that outlines traditional Lamborghini styling. It will deliver an admirable 641 horsepower and 678 lb-ft of torque. Riding on an 8-speed automatic gearbox, power is driven to all wheels.
It has been a long journey to a modern SUV for the Lamborgini. It first did this with the Jalpa back in 1988. Previously, the Jalpa produced 255-hp 3.5-liter V-8, which was mildly acceptable.
Inside the cabin is exactly what would only be expected of this kind of a Lamborghini. It is designed to accommodate passengers up to 6’7” up front, while the rear seats provide headroom for taller passengers reaching up to 6’3”.
The cargo space gives us 22 cubic-feet volume. Wait until you see the tech on this SUV before you drop a jaw.
It carries the Lamborghini Infotainment System III. Among its features is a pair of wireless touchscreen displays in the center stack: one display manages media and navigation, while the other takes care of things like climate control adjustment for feedback.
We never expect the Bull-logo company to give us a lesser animal. It has done well for this one and we await unprecedented popularity even though prices remain unrevealed.
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