Bragging an impressive 600 hp from an undisclosed engine, the company says its SUV concept will be priced less than the Gallardo and Aventador and aimed to sell around 3,000 units per year.
If actual sales manage to meet those numbers it could mean the brand doubling its current business, a somewhat predictable turn of events under Volkswagen leadership.
With that lower, though undecided, pricetag, the Urus could slot in nicely to compete with other super SUVs like the X6 M and Porsche Cayenne Turbo. Despite being able to compete, Lamborghini also said the Urus will have lower CO2 emissions than that of the BMW, Porsche and others.
Improved emissions almost certainly have something to do with the engine which we don’t know about yet, but true to Lamborghini fashion, lightweight construction is found throughout the vehicle, not just the body.
More details are sure to be on the way, but for now you can watch the video below which offers a 360-degree view.
GALLERY: Lamborghini Urus SUV Concept
[Video Source: SynapticDigital]