It’s no LM002, but the upcoming Lamborghini Urus is still pretty darn big. How big? Big enough to have a chuckle at when you see the testing video.
Here is another Lamborghini. Probably one that will happen very soon. But it’s definitely more than what we’re used to. Much..........more.
Left is up, backwards is starboard, and nothing makes sense to me anymore because apparently the Lamborghini Urus SUV is not only still coming to life, but it’s going to be available as a plug-in hybrid.
Before we get started on this, I do want to point out that marketing cars to women buyers, when applied correctly, does have its merits. There is truth to the fact that women have only recently become the primary drivers of car-buying decisions, and that they tend to gravitate toward crossovers and SUVs. That much has…
Porsche has revealed a new twin-turbo V8 to squeeze into the upcoming second generation Panamera and future SUVs, but the engine is has also reportedly been designed to squeeze into just about anything requiring a V8 in the Volkswagen Group lineup.
The latest from Sant’Agata, the Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder, has got a soft top and a loud V10. It’ll be great. Now let’s just move on, because the Urus SUV is set to be ready in 2018 to most likely be their first turbocharged and hybrid car. And here’s why building it will be Lamborghini’s biggest challenge yet.
Not to sound like a cranky old man, but it's a strange world we live in that a Lamborghini – a brand so steeped in Italian heritage despite being owned by Audi for the last decade and a half – could be built in Slovakia. But then it's the Lamborghini Urus we're talking about, the company's upcoming SUV.
Does this SUV concept from Chinese carmaker Yema remind you of anything? Can't put your finger on it? That's because it's ripping off the Lamborghini Urus, a car which hasn't been built.
Gosh, it's been a long time since Lamborghini gave the world a front-engined car. Technically, the last one was the monstrous LM002 SUV, but the last front-engine cars were the Espada and Jarama way back in the late 1970s.
The Urus looks awful, is basically the same car as the revolting Bentley EXP 9F and, seriously, do we really need yet another SUV masquerading as a supercar? All valid points, but the Urus has a saving grace. It’s a Lamborghini and all Lamborghinis are silly in a good way.
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When the Lamborghini Estoque sedan was revealed at the Paris Auto Show nobody was completely surprised that it was a four-door. With the upcoming crop of super sedans like the Aston Martin Rapide and Porsche Panamera, a concept Lamborghini sedan just seemed like the trendy thing to do. But we're still left wondering…
The sudden reveal of the Lamborghini Estoque shows what we've only been able to imagine thanks to the numerous teases we've been subjected to. But are we able to imagine a four-door Lamborghini that's better than the reality? The word estoque comes from the world of bullfighting — it's the sword used to kill the bull.…
A fourth teaser shot's been dropped of the new four-door from the Italian bull-headed brand that may or may not be called the Lamborghini Estoque set to be revealed at the Paris Motor Show later this week. Someone needs to tell Lamborghini that enough is enough on the teaser shots. It's OK to tease a little, but you…
UPDATE: Official pictures of the 4-Door Lamborghini Estoque!
We've seen a smattering of teaser shots of the new four-door Lamborghini Estoque (or whatever it'll be called that's not Urus). Today we see this blurry camera-phone shot of a supposed design sketch showing the Lambo as a front-engine four-door with a…