The second-ever SUV from the tractor-cum-supercar manufacturer, Lamborghini, is a massive departure from the LM 002 nearly three decades ago. The Urus trades in a V12 engine for a twin-turbo V8 developing 641 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque, sending power to all four corners via an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Air suspension, torque vectoring all-wheel drive, and rear-wheel steering turn the $200,000 super-SUV into a track weapon, while LED headlights and 21-inch alloy wheels add functionality and style. Inside, 12-way power seats and four-zone climate control, a digital instrument cluster, and a dual-screen infotainment suite with eight standard speakers make up the standard range of features, but it’s the options list that’ll captivate you, with heated, ventilated, and massaging seats, high-end Bang & Olufsen sound systems, and an Akrapovic exhaust system loud enough to wake the dead. The originators of the super SUV are back in the game.