When it arrives next spring, the $200,000 lamborghini Urus will be the world’s fastest suvs, reportedly at a top speed of 189 miles per hour, two miles faster than the then-champion Bentley Bentayga at $229100.
Lamborghini announced the long-awaited Urus last week at its headquarters in SAN agata, Italy. Lamborghini chief executive officer of speech more carney (Stefano Domenicali) in including Italy’s prime minister, Paul hot Ronnie (Paolo Gentiloni), said 700 people participating, this release is a historic moment for our company.
“It’s a lamborghini and you can drive every day,” domenicelli said. “We do believe that this car will make a difference in the previously unaccustomed landscape of lamborghini.” The Urus marked the return of the lamborghini to the SUV, which discontinued its hummer model, the LM002, nearly 25 years ago. And lamborghini present two models – two-seater Huracan and Aventador roadster – different, Urus can carry five models, is expected to attract new clients from all over the world, they are looking for more than a track new sports car.
Gentiloni told the crowd that the latest lamborghini model was “an example of Italy that can be exported”.
Ranieri lamborghini industry director Niccoli said, with its optional 23 inches wheel, 650 – horsepower twin turbo V8 engine and six kinds of customizable driving mode, Urus can be equally at home or on the road. And he said, it’s all-wheel drive system and adaptive air suspension can help SUV like rally cars to conquer the ground, sand and stones, or in a low traction conditions such as snow or ice.
The Urus brings an impressive number to the SUV: lamborghini says it will reach 62 MPH in 3.6 seconds and 124 MPH in 12.8 seconds. Niccoli says the rear wheel turns to have a shorter, more flexible axle feel, while the eight-speed gearbox takes advantage of the maximum power.
Analysts say the Urus and the market for models of the suvs, such as Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce, have matured. “Other brands have already made significant gains from extending to previous non-traditional categories,” said Ian Fletcher, chief automotive analyst at IHS Markit.
Between 2006 and 2016, sales of global crossovers and suvs have nearly quadrupled, to 26 million, and are expected to exceed 34 million by 2020, according to IHS Markit. The premium market, which includes Bentayga, Mercedes g-class and the upcoming Urus, is growing at a faster rate.