Lamborghini looks to enter the white-hot luxury SUV market with the Urus, the production of which will double its vehicle sales and workforce. Continue reading Autoblog Minute: Why Lamborghini approved the Urus SUV Autoblog Minute: Why Lamborghini approved the Urus SUV originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 11 Aug 2015 18:40:00 EST. Show More Summary
Lamborghini’s Asterion concept is reportedly no closer to production, as the Italian carmaker instead gears up for the Urus SUV. That’s the word out of Europe, with Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann saying a 2018 debut for the Urus was preferable to a joint Asterion and Urus program that would see the latter model delayed. Show More Summary
The company is also considering a more luxurious variant.
Having already confirmed the Urus SUV for 2018 earlier this year, Lamborghini boss Stephan Winkelmann returned to announce that the brand is considering several special-edition versions of the crossover. Though he declined to give additional...Show More Summary
The Lamborghini Asterion, the hybrid GT that could’ve been something truly different in an electrically-augmented world populated by hybrid hypercars, is dead. And Lamborghini’s boss ran it over with the forthcoming Urus SUV. Read more...
Lamborghini will be tied up for years to come with the Urus project, and that makes the Asterion's chances for production slim. Continue reading Lamborghini Urus Superveloce on the table, Asterion off Lamborghini Urus Superveloce on the table, Asterion off originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 22 Jul 2015 16:30:00 EST. Show More Summary
Unlike its rivals Ferrari and McLaren, Lamborghini says it won’t be bolting turbochargers to its supercar engines anytime soon. The upcoming super-crossover 2017 Lamborghini Urus, however, could be a different story. Lamborghini expects...Show More Summary
Lamborghini is constantly evaluating new technologies, but even if it goes turbo for the Urus, the company's chief executive insists that naturally aspirated engines are the only choice for its supercars, for now. Continue reading Lamborghini...Show More Summary
Building the business case to produce the Urus was no easy task for Lamborghini. But as it gears up for production, we're told it will stay very close to the concept we saw back in 2012. Continue reading Lambo Urus to stay true to concept,...Show More Summary
Lamborghini has teased and hinted, and now comes through with some solid plans for its first SUV, the Urus.
After years of speculation and rumors, Lamborghini made it official today that it’s moving ahead with plans to produce a new SUV. The new model will be built in Italy at Lamborghini’s Sant’Agata plant and will be introduced as a 2018 model. Show More Summary
www.ZerCustoms.com - Lamborghini officially announced today their third model, a luxury SUV, is going... [...]
The Urus SUV, unveiled as a concept in 2012, is expected to enter the market in 2018
Three years ago Lamborghini previewed a crossover concept called Urus. Today the exotic automaker has gotten the green light for a production version. Continue reading Lamborghini Urus gets the green light for production Lamborghini Urus gets the green light for production originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 27 May 2015 11:37:00 EST. Show More Summary
The alleged “new Lamborghini SUV” idea that’s been raising eyebrows since the Urus concept came out in 2012 is finally officially confirmed by the company. What exactly it will look like remains an exciting and terrifying mystery but it’s slated to come out, for real, in 2018. Read more...
Audi has reportedly decided against building the high-riding Lambo in Slovakia alongside the Q7 and VW Touareg.
Lamborghini and the Italian government appear to have reached an agreement for the automaker to build its new CUV in its home country. Continue reading Lamborghini agrees to produce Urus in Italy Lamborghini agrees to produce Urus in Italy originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 26 May 2015 17:16:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
This edition of While You Were Sleeping offers up a bit more than usual. Instead of just overnight, we are going to try to cover as many topics from over the long weekend as possible with additional commentary. Here we go! Cadillac ATS-V+...Show More Summary
Only a couple of weeks ago we heard that the Italian government may offer incentives to Lamborghini to get production of a new SUV based on 2012’s Urus concept car under way. Now it’s being reported that Lamborghini and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s government have reached a deal on certain tax breaks and an announcement on...