Lamborghini Urus – The SUV Super Athlete
Most of us were very much impressed with the looks of the new sport utility vehicle LM002. LM002 was one of the coolest models specially manufactured for Italian roads, and now Lambo fans must get ready to feel the pleasure of the next-generation concept SUV for 2012, and it is none other than Lamborghini Urus, which is presently being displayed at Beijing International Auto Show.
Though the manufacturer calls it as a concept SUV, the company will ultimately put the high riding edition to manufacture along with the new Aventador, and it also becomes a direct replacement for the present Gallardo.
Before delving deep into the features and specifications, let us try to target its odd name, which might be or might not be carried out to the production edition. In fact, almost all of Lamborghini’s have acquired the name from a Spanish fighting bull, whereas the name Urus is derived from a wild predecessor of domestic cattle.
Rambo Lambo Gets Slam-O-ed
If you are guessing the new Urus to be some kind of Italianate Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, then you are wrong, or sometimes you might me excited (which totally depends on your view point). Urus by Lamborghini is a SUV, which is fully based on Porsche cayenne, a sporty rig out motivated on pavement recklessness. In fact, Lambo’s entire collection is likely to be based on the same platform of the VW’s next-generation medium-sized SUV’s, which means it will be somewhat related to Cayenne and few of the forthcoming SUV’s by Bentley.
The new Urus is about 5.5 feet high giving a look of a raised sedan along with 16 feet length, which is similar to Cayenne. Though the manufacturer has not revealed any info about the engine specification, but there are rumors around the WWW, by which we can say that this Sedan like SUV has the power to generate 600 hp of power. There are all possible chances for this SUV to be featured with an all-wheel drive system along with dual clutch transmission.
Stay tuned to get instant updates on the new Lamborghini Urus. And do let us know on what you think about the new URUS.