The Urus was spotted lurking in London at a launch event. when one of the drivers made an embarrassing mistake.
After making its world debut last December, Lamborghini is currently showcasing the Urus around the world to prospective customers at launch events before deliveries start in the spring. Its last stop was London where the Urus made its UK debut. A spy video has emerged showing two brand new examples of the super SUV exiting an exhibition hall and being loaded onto a delivery truck after the event. Unfortunately, things didn't go too smoothly.
While reversing, one of the drivers tasked with loading the $200,000 SUV onto the truck crunched one of the back wheels on a curb. We're sure the damage will easily buff out, but it's still cringeworthy to watch. Hopefully this isn't a sign that the large SUV has poor visibility that makes it difficult to park.
Either that, or the driver underestimated the power of the savage SUV's Audi-sourced 4.0 liter bi-turbo V8 that delivers 650 hp and 480 lb-ft, which we get to hear growl in the video. That's enough power to make the Urus the fastest production SUV in the world, with a 0-62 mph time of 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 191 mph. It's probably only a matter of time before the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio is dethroned as the current Nurburgring SUV lap record holder. Incidentally, the Urus is about to get even more hardcore thanks to Russian tuner TopCar, which is preparing a widebody kit that gives the SUV extra attitude.