Sign number 743 of the apocalypse: upon the roadways shall be unleashed a Lamborghini that can actually hit potholes. The diabolical minds at Automobili Lamborghini have unveiled a vehicle so blasphemous to its pedigree that the very sight of it has sent the whole automotive world into a frenzy. Behold the Urus, the mother of all overthe-top SUVs. Although, the Urus is still in its concept phase it has torn the parchment of which the Sport Utility Vehicle constitution was written on to shreds. Lamborghini is promising 600 of the finest-turned thoroughbred horses under the hood and permanent allwheel-drive.
The Italian exquisite automaker has a past with vehicles capable of off-roading, the Moo2 (produced from 1986-1993) also known as the “Rambo Lambo” is still a sought after collectors item of obscure automobile aficionados.
Stephan Winkelmann, president of Lamborghini says, “SUVs stand for freedom and emotion.” I would have to agree, but could you really see yourself lugging around your kid’s tuba or science project in your Lamborghini? Or how about strapping that kayak to the top of your six-figure truck? Lamborghini sure wants you to; they have even dubbed the new trekker “the everyday Lamborghini.” All around the world you can hear affluent soccer moms rejoice. No official date has been set for production or price for that matter, but c’mon it’s a Lamborghini, either you can afford it or you can’t.