Lamborghini Urus Price 2017 , Specs and Photos

Lambo has been known as the top auto manufacturer and they doesn’t generally wish to generate a SUV. But it appears that they have a change of heart, following Porsche footsteps when they released such vehicle in 2003. It seems that Lamborghini wants to know whether it is possible to make a luxury SUV without ditching the touch style.

There hasn’t been any official or solid confirmation about 2017 Lamborghini Urus price but you can make confident that you can delight in the modern construction and feel of this ride. Taken from the name of this ancient cow that had been extinct in 1627, Lambo Urus is said to be large, muscular, tall, and heavy. Hopefully, Lamborghini had learned its lesson from the past when they had produced LM002 SUV whose production has been cut away in 1993 after producing just 328 units. In this past lesson, ideally Lambo can come up with promising styles and designs.

Although there hasn’t been anything official regarding the date and 2017 Lamborghini Urus price, it is predicted that the new Urus is going to be sold at approximately $210,000 and its availability should start by the end of 2016 — or the first quarter of 2017, to be the newest.

You probably think the price is far too high for such a household SUV however, you should remember that we are talking about a premium luxury SUV — not only a normal SUV. It is possible to expect rounded borders, larger air intakes on the front game fascia, the Y-shaped headlights, and the downward roof slides. The rear side fenders will be bigger than the front side, with 24 inch aluminum matte 5 spoke wheels.

For the electricity, the new Urus will be coming together with V8 twin boosted 4.0 liter engine with 600 hp of power and 700 Nm of torque. Additionally, it comes with automatic double clutch transmission together with all wheels driving system. This Urus is equipped to reach 60 mph within 4 seconds — or less with top speed up to 205 mph. With such a fantastic power, the high 2017 Lamborghini Urus price does not seem to be a problem, right?