Lamborghini Isn't Messing Around With Its Upcoming SUV


The automaker has some major plans.

Lamborghini isn’t holding back with the Urus. The upcoming SUV is rumored to come with a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 and have some off-roading capabilities, but Lamborghini won’t stop there. The Italian automaker plans to make the Urus the fastest, most powerful SUV ever. That’s right, Lamborghini is coming after the Bentley Bentayga with the Urus. In addition to the Bentayga, the Urus will also have the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S in its sights. Maurizio Reggiana Lamborghini's R&D chief has revealed some juicer details on the SUV.

Reggiani told Australia’s Motoring about the upcoming SUV's performance and it sounds promising. Lamborghini plans on giving the Urus a zero to 62 mph time of under four seconds, which would make it quicker than the Bentayga and Cayenne Turbo S. To make the Urus quicker than the other SUVs, Lamborghini will keep the Urus’ weight to a minimum. Reggiani believes that the Urus will be the lightest and most dynamic vehicle in the luxury SUV segment. “It will have no rivals…it will create a new segment,” stated Reggiani. At roughly 5,000 lbs., the Bentayga isn’t exactly light. While the power figure hasn’t been released, Reggiani stated that the Urus would produce around 600 hp.

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