Lamborghini Urus revealed as the fastest SUV in the world

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The Italian supercar manufacturer says the first of its hybrid vehicles will be its new Sports Utility Vehicle, the URUS, unveiled on Monday and dubbed by the brand the world's first super-SUV. Deliveries of the Urus start in Spring 2018.

The body shape is also quite sharp, with the frameless doors displaying the sports car-inspired design and a sleek look that means good aerodynamic efficiency.

And all the while your stellar forward motion will be accompanied by the crackle from the thumping 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 delivering 650hp along the way and a horizon-reducing 850Nm of torque. Wow!

According to Lamborghini, this makes the Urus the fastest SUV in the world.

It can hit 60 miles per hour in less than 3.6 seconds, and its top speed is 189 miles per hour. the standard model includes adaptive air suspension and active roll stabilization as well as carbon ceramic brakes. The standard model rolls on 21-inch rims and comes with adaptive air suspension and carbon ceramic brakes, as well as active roll stabilization.

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Inside is the premium interior you would expect, with leather upholstery adorning the sport seats in the front, rear bench and dashboard.

"Lamborghini is a hidden gem, and adding the Urus SUV will propel volume closer to Italian rival Ferrari", Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Michael Dean said in an note about the vehicle. "We are spot on time with the right product", he said.

"The Urus elevates the SUV to a level not previously possible, the Super SUV", said chief executive Stafano Domenicali.

The company says that the auto "can be specified to be as sporty or as elegant as the owner wishes, and can equally be used as a daily luxury drive or provide an exhilarating super sports experience".

Lamborghini's built something that's basically a posh take on the Nissan Qashqai or any or the other billion chunky "off road" SUVs out there waiting where cars aren't supposed to wait, in the form of the Lamborghini Urus. Sufficient appetite for SUVs in China, where the luxury automobile market grew by 54% past year, could make Lamborghini's model a success.

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