2018 Lamborghini URUS - INTERIOR

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2018 Lamborghini URUS - INTERIOR
The 2019 Lamborghini Urus Truly Is the Lambo of SUVs
The brand's second utility vehicle after the 1980s LM002 takes the super-SUV to entirely new levels.

Lamborghini’s first SUV, the unmistakably ’80s LM002, was a military-grade brute powered by a screaming V-12 engine. While it seemed completely offbeat at the time, it turned out to be prescient given today’s ever-expanding array of ultra-luxury, high-performance SUVs from the likes of Bentley, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Maserati, and, soon, Ferrari and Aston Martin.

So there’s no time like the present for Lamborghini to jump back into the fray with the 2019 Urus. The company’s second ever SUV is over the top, too, but for completely different reasons than the LM002. The Urus, which derives its name from an ancient species of cattle, stuns with its 641 horsepower, its dramatic wedge-shaped silhouette, and its ambition to be as capable around a racetrack as it is on the sand dunes.

Under the hood is the first turbocharged engine ever to be installed in a production Lamborghini—and the first V-8 in many decades. It shares its 4.0-liter displacement and twin turbochargers with the V-8 installed in many other Volkswagen Group products, but Lamborghini insists that the design is its own—a claim augmented by the V-8’s distinctive sound. Output sits at 641 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, each number second among sport-utes only to the decidedly lower-rent, 707-hp Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. The Urus also will eventually debut Lamborghini’s first hybrid drivetrain, although we don’t yet know any details about the gas-electric model.
The underpinnings of the Urus aren’t as distinctly Italian as its V-8, as it shares the Volkswagen Group’s MLB platform used in the Audi Q7, the Porsche Cayenne, and the Bentley Bentayga. At 201.3 inches long (and riding on a 118.2-inch wheelbase), the Urus is 1.7 inches longer than the Q7 and 7.4 inches longer than the Cayenne Turbo. And at 64.5 inches high and 79.4 inches wide, the Urus is quite a bit lower and wider than the Q7 and the Cayenne. Lamborghini assures us that the Urus will outperform each of those corporate cousins, with a claimed top speed of 190 mph (3 mph higher than the Bentayga) and a reported zero-to-62-mph time of 3.6 seconds.

Of course, the Lamborghini will feature its own chassis tuning, too, and rear-wheel steering and an air suspension that offers up to 9.8 inches of ground clearance are part of the package. The all-wheel-drive system uses a locking center differential with a default 40/60 front/rear power split that can send up to 70 percent of the torque to the front or up to 87 percent to the rear. A rear differential allows for torque-vectoring capability. The carbon-ceramic brakes are absolutely enormous, with rotors measuring 17.3 inches in front and 14.6 inches in the rear, the better to decelerate the roughly 4850-pound Urus.
A lineup of driving modes including Corsa (r
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