"One Urus we played around with had a Vbox data logger in it, and using launch control I was able to pop off a 3.59-second 0-62 miles per hour run", he wrote, noting that Maurizio Reggiani, Lamborghini's director, managed a time of 3.43 seconds. The 2019 Urus shares the platform of Bentayga, Porsche Cayenne and Audi Q7 but, with a major difference in terms of styling and performance. Direct competition for the Lamborghini Urus does not exist at the moment in the market, and the closest power SUV from BMW would be the X6 M. Taking more like a Hummer that sports vehicle, this amusing auto was driven by a huge V12 engine. The sharp creases, deep cuts, and swooping roofline altogether reflects that the SUV is a mean machine.
The Lamborghini Urus will accelerate to 62mph in 3.6 seconds and eventually top out at 195mph.
Super SUV and stonking performaner.
Talk of Lamborghini's first SUV has been circulating since 2015.
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The five-seater SUV features a 4.0 litre V8 twin-turbo engine and has 650-horsepower.
The vast majority of that grunt is sent to the rear wheels in a 40/60 split, and Lamborghini says that adaptive air suspension, rear wheel steering and active roll stabilization ensure that the Urus performs like a supercar on the track. The customizable TFT driver information display and the latest infotainment system from Lamborghini also finds a spot in the cabin. The first option features standard 12-way adjustable heated sports seats while the second one offers 18-way adjustable massage seats that are also heated and ventilated. The rear has either a three-seat bench with Isofix points or an optional two-seat configuration. However, the market for the practical vehicle has grown at a tremendous rate, pushing these sports auto manufacturers to try their hand at releasing an SUV.
The name Urus refers to a large bull which is an ancestor of domestic cattle, following Lamborghini's tradition of bovine-related names.
The Lamborghini Urus will be available in spring 2018, with a starting price tag of about £150,890.