The maker of the world’s most outrageous sports cars now brings you the world’s fastest SUV.
Just when you thought you had seen everything, Lamborghini brings you the Urus. A five-door family SUV from the car brand made famous by some of the most extravagant, testosterone fuelled sports cars ever made. If you need the practicality of a large family vehicle but you don’t want to sacrifice your love of high performance and thrills, the Urus has been made just for you. Six years in development, this incredible car doesn’t simply challenge your preconceptions about SUVs. It tears up the rule book. This is an SUV designed to perform as well on a racing track as it does on muddy country lanes. The four litre V8 engine produces 641 bhp and 627 lb of torque. It races from 0 – 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and delivers a top speed of 190 mph. Staggering figures for a car of this size. The thrill of the Urus is best expressed by the thundering roar of the engine as you move through the gears. This is an SUV unlike anything else on the road.
Inside the Urus, luxury and refinement are matched by pioneering technology. The air spring suspension softens and tightens depending on the driving mode you select. Dual touch screen entertainment and a slick digital instrument display make the cabin feel state of the art. And all that is backed up with practicality you would never expect from a car that performs this well. Even with the seats up, the boot offers 616 litres of space. In a normal large car, you can take the family on a road trip. In a Urus you can give them the thrill of their lives.
- Engine: 6.75 litre V12
- Power: 563 bhp
- Torque: 850 Nm @ 1600 rpm
- Top speed: 155 mph
Lamborghini – Sporting spirit down to every last detail
Before he started making his own cars, Ferruccio Lamborghini was a Ferrari driver. When the clutch of his car broke, he discovered, to his surprise, that his Ferrari used the same clutch as a tractor. Determined to make cars with a sporting ethos that carried through to every single detail, the first Lamborghini was made in 1963.