LAMBORGHINI has finally pulled the wraps off the first super SUV — the Urus that was stunning.
And the #165,000 Urus can hit an incredible 190mph with a 0-62mph time of just 3.6 seconds.
That is thanks to a 4.0-litre 641bhp V8 engine which matches Lambo’s supercars such as the Huracan and Aventador.
It makes it faster than Aston Martin’s V12 DB11.
The Urus looks the same as a Lambo with angular styling and air intakes on the body.
Inside there a fighter three huge screens and jet-style starter button — one with a keyboard.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are supported there is a Bang & Olufsen sound system on the options list.
It is just as at home off road as on track, however, with Strada (Street), Corsa (Track), Terra (Land), Sabbia (Sand) and Neve (Snow) driving modes.
It also gets a host of assistance systems such as parking sensors, a parking camera, emergency braking and even a trailer coupling mode.
The five-seater SUV is the first adventure in the SUV world as the LM002 in 1986 of Lamborghini.
It’ll take direct aim at the market being hit by the rest of the luxury SUVs such as Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Range Rover SVAutobiography, Aston Martin DBX and the Bentley Bentayga.
The new Urus, which is expected to get a engine will go on sale next year and is predicted to make up half of Lambo sales by 2019.
The super SUV, which will be built at the firm’s Sant’Agata Bolognese mill, is being targeted with the UK considered to be its most important market at the Middle East and the united states.