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Here comes the 2019 Lamborghini Urus! This all-new SUV is set to take the automotive industry by storm. Look beyond its aggressively crouched exterior and you'll find everything you've come to expect from a Lambo -- a powerful engine, a high-tech interior, sporty handling -- it's all there! And while this SUV isn't cheap, it's surprisingly priced while blowing the doors off of its competition. Going on sale in the late summer or fall of 2019, now is the time to start learning more about this thrilling new SUV. Read on for the latest information about the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.8 Active Questions | Add a Question
The 2019 Lamborghini Urus is getting a turbocharged V8 engine that pumps out 641 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. The best part about this engine is that torque will be available at a low 2,250 RPM, giving drivers tons of power for getting around in snow, sand, mud and other unpaved surfaces.
The cabin of the Urus looks more like the cockpit of a high-performance sports car than an SUV. It has a sporty steering wheel, sport seats, a high-tech digital instrument cluster and more! The Urus comes with high-quality leather upholstery and gets finishes made from fine woods and carbon fiber. It's an interior that lets you know you're in a Lambo.
A Lamborghini that isn't a fast isn't really a Lambo. Worry not, though -- the Urus is fast! Lamborghini got all it could from this turbocharged V8 engine, helping the Urus achieve a top speed of 190 mph.
Buyers have loads of options when configuring the new Urus. It comes in 14 colors with 15 options for interior leather. From there, buyers can choose between different stiching patterns, seat quilting, headrests, exhaust tips, brake calipers, door trims and more.
The 2019 Lamborghini Urus is expected to debut at costs around $200,000, with some dealers offering less for a more "basic" model.
The new Urus handles exceptionally well, thanks in part to its high-end rear-wheel drive system. The Urus also gets special chasis tuning and all-wheel drive for traction and smooth handling in all kinds of driving conditions.
Most Lamborghinis are meant for the race track, not for dirt and gravel roads. That said, the Urus is up to the task. Based on configurations, it gets from 6.2 to 9.8 inches of ground clearance, and it can be ordered with Pirelli Scorpion off-road tires for increased grip and performance. Rear-active torque vectoring gives the Urus even more stability when driving off the beaten path.
The new Urus has drive modes for street, sport, racing, sand, gravel and snow, along with settings to adjust the steering, suspension and chasis. The drive mode selector includes a "start" switch that's covered by a red, flip-up protector. It's like something you might see in a fighter jet.
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