Saving away for either a Lamborghini Urus or the Rolls-Royce SUV with no name (yet)? You may end up in an Aventador or Wraith instead if neither one are green-lit. According to AutoCar, the £180,000 ($289,000 USD) new-age Rambo Lambo...Show More Summary
Lamborghini’s newest foray into the premium truck/SUV market may still be for the production stop light to go green, but when it does, it will likely be priced in line with the Hurácan. According to Motoring.com.au, Lamborghini R&D board...Show More Summary
Italians still await final greenlight from Volkswagen Group.
If and when the Urus project is finally approved for production, it will take Lamborghini into not one but several new territories. For one, it will be the company's first SUV since the demise of the LM002 in 1993. It'll also be theShow More Summary
Ferrari has used turbochargers off and on over the years. Porsche has long embraced them. McLaren uses them exclusively these days. As do Pagani and Bugatti. Lamborghini never has, but that could all change in the near future. According...Show More Summary
We already knew that the Lamborghini Urus would go on sale for the 2017 model year, but the SUV’s powertrain was still a mystery, with both naturally aspirated V-10 and V-12 options on the table. A twin-turbo, V-8 powerplant has also...Show More Summary
Everybody within Lamborghini and parent company Volkswagen seems to be on the same page as it relates to the future of the Lamborghini Urus. They’re all saying that it’s coming in 2017 and we already know that. But recently, plans for...Show More Summary
Rumors about McLaren’s plans on building an SUV have been floating around ever since Lamborghini confirmed the Urus, but the Brits aren’t likely to give in and follow the trend started by manufacturers such as Porsche or BMW. In a recent...Show More Summary
Lamborghini is known for many, many things. Beautiful, exotic and expressive styling, extreme performance and eye-watering prices are Lambo hallmarks. But the Raging Bull is perhaps best known for building its cars by hand... in Slovakia? No, it's known for building its cars in Italy. Show More Summary
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. Read more...
Having already celebrated its 50th anniversary at full throttle, Lamborghini is now preparing to launch its first SUV supercar in 2017 — the Lamborghini Urus.... via JustLuxe.com
--> Ahh...the Lamborghini Urus. Long been rumored, but has yet to fully materialize. That’s been the case for the past few years, or at least back when Lamborghini first introduced the concept at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show. Since then, we’ve heard very little of Lamborghini’s production plans for the SUV. Show More Summary
Now that Lamborghini's Gallardo-replacing Huracan has been revealed, attention is turning to the upcoming Urus SUV. Poised to become Lamborghini's second-ever SUV (remember the 'Rambo Lambo' LM002?), the Urus was finally given a green light in 2013 - but an actual launch date remained up in the air. Show More Summary
The next Rambo Lambo will arrive sometime in 2017.
Lamborghini,the Italian supercar brand owned by Volkswagen, wants to begin manufacturing its Urus SUV in three years, according to the firm’s chief executive Stephan Winkelmann. Much as it has for its other brands including Audi and Porsche, the company is planning to expand by offering a wider variety of models. Show More Summary