Lamborghini Urus Four-Door Concept Coming To Paris, Fittingly Named After A Big German Cow The lid on the mysterious Lamborghini teaser images has cracked open a bit wider today, and what we see inside is the Lamborghini Urus, a four-door, front-engined, super saloon to compete against the Porsche Panamera and the Aston Martin Rapide . The engine is unknown at this point, but sources say it lies behind the front wheels and turns an all-wheel-drive system. But for us, the big story is the name "Urus," a Latin word with Germanic origins used to describe a very large type of cattle prevalent in Europe until their extinction in 1627. So basically — it's German for "big cow." How fitting of a name is that for a big cow of a four-door car from the now-German-by-ownership Lamborghini? We'll be there live at the Paris Motor Show to see it revealed, assuming dirty leakers don't break the embargo ahead of time.
[Automotive News (sub. req.), WorldCarFans ]