A prototype for the Lamborghini Urus caught testing once again, and this time we get to see the unique SUV from numerous angles on the Nurburgring.
We initially saw the Lamborghini Urus as a concept back in 2012, and things do not appear to have altered much on the production version. The SUV still includes a dramatically raked roofline and an aggressive, vent-laden front end. Lamborghini’s official Stefano Domenicali recently informed that the model will create 650 hp from the standard twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8. A plug-in hybrid variant will get here a year after the regular Urus. The SUV will ride on a variation of the MLB Evo modular platform that likewise underpins the Bentley Bentayga and Audi Q7.
The Urus will help Lamborghini ultimately double its sales, with production volume anticipated to climb to 3,500 units yearly by 2019. The model will debut eventually this year, possibly at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Shipments in the U.S. won’t start till the 3rd quarter of 2018. Prices is still unidentified, however the Urus might start around $200,000.