2018 Lamborghini Urus: Enormous and Powerful SUV

Apr 10, 2017 10:50 AM EDT | Ivy Lebanan

The 2018 Lamborghini Urus is the company's first-ever SUV and probably one of the fascinating models to be built by the Italian supercar maker.  After years of hearsay and planning, Lamborghini is the next to cross over into the high-performance SUV realm, with the body named Urus.

The name first emerged in 2008 when Lamborghini trademarked it before the inauguration of the Estoque. The Urus notion was showcased at the Beijing Auto Show in 2012, but it didn't take long before Lamborghini established that a production version is set to follow.

It is distinctly a Lamborghini that features all of the hard angles and aggressive styling a Lamborghini buyer would anticipate.  The brand's first SUV is enormous and powerful. According to Top Speed, the 2018 Lamborghini Urus weight at 1,500 pounds with 61 to 71-inches tall at the shoulders, and predicted to be a highly inspired by the Aventador and the Huracan model.

The 2018 Lamborghini Urus was first seen in Denmark. It divulges for the first time and shows the shape of the Urus in fabrication trim. It was anticipated that the vehicle is a bit bulkier than the rakish. The Lamborghini has lost the pumped fenders, but the Countach-style wheels are still there.

The Lamborghini was seen heavily camouflaged, and not a single interior face was uncovered even the tiniest bit for pundits and fans to come up with a founded cessation. The interior is still a mystery. However, it is expected to be top-of-the-class and robust. The vehicle is also divulged to handle off-road conditions such as gravel, sand, and snow.

Lamborghini has done an extraordinary job in hiding the prototype which is unquestionably good for the grandeur car manufacturer. Having just a small information about the powerful SUV heightens the much-needed elation. Certainly, Lamborghini went overtime honing its first ever SUV.

 

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