We take the Urus to task in the California desert.
Artificial limit comes after 2019 production will likely exceed that number.
Fourth mainline model could spawn an electric variant.
An 'arrive-and-drive' Super Trofeo series for the supersports SUV.
If you're fascinated by the absolutely bonkers, 1980s-era Lamborghini LM002 like we are, it's hard not to hope the new 2019 Lamborghini Urus is a proper sequel to the late, great, notorious sport 'ute. The new silhouette is far friendlier than the '80s-era jumble of trapezoidal planes and, more crucially, this time around motivation comes from a much more powerful twin-turbo V8, not a massive V12 as it was the wild, Countach-powered LM. So where does the Urus sit in the supercar-on-stilts spectr
Lamborghini still has several months until it starts shipping its new 189.5-mph Urus SUV to customers, but the brand is already thinking about proving its mettle by entering the luxury ute in an unspecified all-roads competition.
The new Lamborghini Urus might turn out to be a golden goose for Lamborghini. The twin-turbo V8 SUV is finding new customers for the Italian supercar manufacturer, and in an interview with CNBC, Lamborghini's CEO Stefano Domenicali says the reception for the $200,000 vehicle has been unexpectedly "fantastic."
The company expects the ultra-luxury SUV to push annual vehicles sales past 5,000.
Those looking for real off-road and towing capabilities need only look at what came to Detroit to see the future of SUVs.
So, you say you like horsepower?
This "Rambo Lambo" underwent a $325,000, five-year restoration.
Lamborghini launched the configurator site for the 2019 Urus crossover SUV. We at Autoblog each configured one to our preferred specifications.
Lamborghini unveiled a prototype named LM001 at the 1981 Geneva Auto Show that took the Cheetah concept a step further with an updated look.
In typical Lamborghini fashion, the Urus is completely unapologetic.
The interesting details of the world's fastest SUV.