Sales volume isn’t usually a point of pride for Lamborghini as the Italian automaker has always placed a premium on driving experience above everything else. But with the arrival of the new Urus SUV, Lamborghini will, in the words of CEO Stefano Domenicali, “push like hell” to sell as many units of the Urus as it possibly can. Show More Summary
He chatted with us about supercars, the Urus SUV, and the future of the company. Continue reading Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali talks doubling production and saving the V12 Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali talks doubling production and saving the V12 originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 26 Aug 2016 12:00:00 EDT. Show More Summary
Cars will remain exclusive, but the Urus SUV may not be bound by the same limits.
Italian supercar marque Lamborghini is hoping its latest creation, the Huracan LP580-2, will attract a new breed of customer to the raging bull badge. Andrea Baldi, General Manager Lamborghini Asia Pacific told CarAdvice he expects the...Show More Summary
It’s no secret that Lamborghini is looking to increase its global sales with help from the upcoming 2017 Lamborghini Urus SUV, but, until the brand’s second utility vehicle arrives later this decade, Sant’Agata Bolognese has an important milestone to celebrate. Show More Summary
Lamborghini believes its upcoming SUV will be a hit in Australia when it goes on sale in 2018. Speaking to CarAdvice at the unveiling of the Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 in Brisbane today, the brand’s country manager for Oceania, Eginardo Bertoli, said he expects the new supersport SUV to be received well in Australia. “We are […]
The only major ‘holdout’ not making a super-luxury SUV at this point is Italian icon Ferrari. The Lamborghini Urus, Maserati Levante, Bentley Bentayga and a certain unnamed Rolls-Royce are coming. Porsche has been making the Cayenne more than a decade. This fact was always a point of pride for previous Ferrari boss Luca Cordero di Montezemolo. But […]
In publishing its sales figures for 2015, Lamborghini reports that it sold 3,245 supercars last year, representing a new record that it's bound to surpass once the Urus reaches the market. Continue reading Lamborghini sold a record 3,245...Show More Summary
Lamborghini set a new sales record in 2015, with 3245 cars delivered. It’s the first time the company has eclipsed the 3000 mark. The figure represents a fairly staggering 28 per cent sales increase over 2014, from its network of 135 dealers in 50 countries. The figure is also 2.5 times higher than what the […]
The SUV will require Lamborghini to double its factory footprint and add 500 more workers.
Stephan Winkelmann, CEO of Lamborghini, has stated on the record that the company’s first SUV since the LM002 won’t feature the autonomous driving technology, which is becoming increasing common on high-end luxury vehicles. Speaking to Leftlane News, Winkelmann said that the decision to exclude self-driving technology from the crossover stems from a belief that anyone […]
lamborghini fans hoping the italian supercar-maker will release a ‘hairy-chested’ rear-wheel-drive version of its aventador model could be waiting for quite a while. that’s the word out of europe, with the uk’s autocar reporting that the aventador will remain an all-wheel-drive-only model for the foreseeable future. Show More Summary
Lamborghini will use a turbocharged V8 for the Urus, but don't worry about the Huracán and Aventador - they're staying revvy and naturally aspirated for the foreseeable future. Continue reading Lambo to quarantine twin-turbo V8 to Urus Lambo to quarantine twin-turbo V8 to Urus originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 14 Dec 2015 15:01:00 EST. Show More Summary
The company decided to stick with tradition, using one engine design for a single nameplate.
The Lamborghini Urus will still be a driver's car.
The Aventador has been deemed too powerful for a rear-wheel-drive configuration.
Lamborghini believes forced induction is the best option for its upcoming SUV
The Lamborghini Urus will use a company-exclusive 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 and all-wheel drive when it arrives in 2018. Multiple variants, inlcuding a Superveloce, could join the lineup later. Continue reading Lamborghini UrusShow More Summary
Lamborghini is developing a new SUV based on its Urus concept unveiled in 2012. The new SUV, whatever it ends up being labeled, will enter production in 2018 and is set to be the first turbocharged Lamborghini. As we previously reported, it will likely be the marque’s first hybrid, too. At launch, the sole powertrain will be a new...
The Lamborghini Urus SUV will be powered by the company’s first turbocharged V8 powerplant when it goes on sale in 2018. Chief executive Stephan Winkelmann and R&D boss Maurizio Reggiani have confirmed to Autocar that the Italian company’s first 4×4 will eschew the naturally aspirated V10 and V12 units which power the current Huracan and […]