2017 Lamborghini SUV

By | April 18, 2015

The Lamborghini’s  big 50th anniversary shindig in italy besides the insane ecosta concept : the lamborghini Urus SUV has apparently been confirmed for production. Exciting news for folks everywhere with a lot of cash than style.

Evo magazines harry metcalfe aforementioned on twitter that the Urus can enter production in 2017. We knew this was in all probability coming, however now we feature a concrete date.

Lamborghini unveiled a first concept version at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, but new reports are stating that the production version won’t be following it in the near future. Lamborghini CEO has confirmed that a production version won’t go on sale until late in 2017. This is actual a rather strange move considering Bentley is preparing to unveil their production version of the EXP 9 F SUV concept in the next three years.

Lamborghini SUV for 2017 2017 Lamborghini SUV The production version of the Lamborghini SUV will be powered by a revamped version of the Gallardo’s V10 gasoline unit, although the Urus concept came with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 600 HP.

The exterior and the interior 2017 Lamborghini SUV

For sure things are going to change until 2017 when the Lamborghini SUV will arrive into the market, but a pretty accurate preview has been offered by the Urus concept. As no surprise the concept features design elements from the Estoque concept sedan, including large air intakes left and right, headlamps in a Y shape featuring LED lights. These are the elements that we expect to see in the production version, but also the concept’s coupe’s like profile.

The engine 2017 Lamborghini SUV

The Urus concept is powered by a a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 600 horsepower and combined with a permanent all-wheel drive system. However, many rumors said that the production version SUV will adopt an updated version of the V10 engine found in the Gallardo.

Prices 2017 Lamborghini SUV

The upcoming Lamborghini SUV is rumored to be priced at about €170,000 – or about $210,000 at the current exchange rates.

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