In the past, if you wanted a fast, capable SUV, you had to buy a Porsche Cayenne. It's essentially a practical, bigger version of the 911. It was a success, and despite its horrid looks, enthusiasts liked it. The segment was hungry for competition as costumers wanted a wider variety of cars to choose from, as a result many manufacturers decided to introduce their cars into the relatively undiscovered segment. The manufacturers didn't want to just sell, they wanted to dominate. However, it all was just a cat-fight until the bulls stepped in.
Hours ago the Lamborghini Urus we've been craving for after its first appearance back in 2012 has been revealed. Under the bonnet is a retuned Audi V8 that produces a whooping 641 horsepower and 850 Nm of maximum torque ready at 2,250 rpm. The extensive use of carbon fibre reinforced polymer makes the Urus much lighter most SUVs. Flat out it'll accelerate to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds, from 0 to 200 km/h in 12.8 seconds and will top out at 190 mph (305 km/h).
The Urus is an artistic masterpiece, the design is brutal, yet luxurious, sexy, yet mature and dynamic, yet genuine. The fascinating thing is that the design is not compromised as it equally reflects each character, and gives an authentic Lamborghini feel to the driver and passengers. The cockpit is inspired from combat jets which enhances the ferocity of the interior.
The Lamborghini Urus also features rear wheel steering and the largest, most powerful ceramic brakes ever. It also rides on adaptive air suspension that enables the car to be raised or lowered according to roads and driving conditions.
In conclusion, the Lamborghini Urus is an astonishing car with outstanding performance, and I believe that the Urus will take over the performance SUV category. Want one? Why not, but be ready to write a six-figure number on your paycheck!