A Lamborghini with a top speed of 190 mph is not unusual, but one that can travel at 190 mph, carry five occupants and go off-road is, well, out of this world. Believe it or not, the Urus is Lamborghini's first high-performance sport utility vehicle, though not its first off-road vehicle, the title of which belongs to the 1986 LM002. While the LM002 was more off-roadoriented, the Urus is multifaceted, designed for the pavement but also capable of off-road duty when the need—or desire—arises. Powered by a 650-horsepower 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine, the Urus sprints from 0 to 60 mph in a thrilling 3.6 seconds. This Lambo has all the qualities of a supercar, but better: You can share the thrill with four passengers.
While understandably not as throaty as your typical Lamborghini, the Urus will still send shivers down your spine when you hear its melodious exhaust note. Profile The Urus stays true to Lamborghini's signature body ratio: two-thirds body and one-third window, the same ratio used in Lamborghini's supercars. Drive Train The standard fourwheel drive system features active torque vectoring and four-wheel steering for maximum traction and maneuverability on all surfaces.
From the sleek blades on the outer edges of the rear window to the floating rear wing and integrated spoiler, the Urus optimizes aerodynamics for performance and ride noise minimization while maximizing downforce for enhanced high-speed stability. $200,000, lamborghini.com
Headlamps Lamborghini's iconic slim headlights with their Y-shaped LED blades are instantly recognizable.
Flip the red cover on the dash to reveal the engine start/stop button, a procedure that will give you goose bumps every time.
A premium Bang & Olufsen sound system comes standard—if you decide to listen to something besides the roaring engine.
State-of-the-art carbon ceramic brakes come standard and are capable of stopping the 4,850-pound SUV from 68 mph in less than 111 feet.