Named after the wild ancestors of domestic cattle, also known as aurochs, the Lamborghini Urus SUV is fated to have a 4.0-litre twin V8 turbo engine; however, a hybrid variation and a diesel V8 are also probable. Urus will surely please its customers and will set a benchmark for Lamborghini’s range of SUV’s. It is aiming to become the fastest SUV, a status currently held by the Bentley Bentayga. Maurizio Reggiani, the Lamborghini’s research and development chief has put in all his effort to make the Urus not only the winner of that title, but also the most powerful, the fastest, and one that is easy to drive and handle.
The V8 turbo will permit the vehicle to go a from 0 to a 100 kmph in just under 4 seconds. It will also provide lower emissions and plenty of torque for the off-road enthusiast. There are hints that the upcoming SUV would be a plug-in hybrid, as previously thought. Urus is expected to set a stage for the Italian company to swing their brilliant engineering in the realm of SUV’s after the LM002, at the Geneva International Motor Show 2018. Weight has been shot down by using carbon-fibre components and possibly, a few body panels. Urus models have been tested to the core in the sand dunes of UAE, a region from where it expects a maximum of its customers. Urus has been successful even in those sweltering conditions, giving one more reason for Lamborghini fanatics to place it above the Bentayga.
The Urus has a front-engine and all-wheel-drive layout. It is approximately 4.9 m long, but only about (1.7 m) high, all enough to make it the badass supercar, that we all expect to achieve with a Lamborghini. The Urus is regarded as “The future of Lamborghini” and is expected to boost the company’s annual production volume to 6,000 vehicles (it sold 2,530 cars last year). The car will face competition from high-end companies like Rolls-Royce and Bentley, but it is sure to make a mark in the automobile industry.