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Lamborghini Urus SUV Will Sport A 650 bhp Engine At A Crazily Affordable Price

Lamborghini Urus SUV, based on the concept car which Lamborghini introduced back in 2012 is finally looking to make its way. The company also released few details about the SUV in February this year but now, something official from the company's CEO is finally coming to the table.The company looks promising on their second-ever SUV model and hopes to do great in SUV market as well. The main reason behind the high expectations from them is the recent increase in SUV demand in the market. It is not just Lamborghini but other automakers have also started to concentrate on the SUV sector. Lamborghini might, however, get a bigger advantage as they are working on Urus from a long time.Speaking to Automotive News, Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali confirmed some of the major Urus specs that can hugely impact your decision to purchase it. The car can take some time to make an entry in the market because of the huge waitlist on other Lamborghini models.

Engine in Urus.

Lamborghini Urus SUV will not be rocking any v12s or v13s powerful engine but the company already confirmed that the next SUV beast will come with the new-twin-turbo v8 which is still powerful to make the SUV run. Stefano Domenicali also confirmed that the new engine will pump 650 bhp of horsepower. 

Production of Urus.

The SUV is due for next year, with Lamborghini planning to make 1000 units of SUV cars. 

Price.

Stefano Domenicali also said the beast will be tagged under $200,000 which is a good news for the SUV lovers. 

Waitlist.

The company already has a huge waiting list for its Huracan and Aventador. This huge waitlist is also making pressure on the production of Urus. 

Production presure.

Lamborghini has only one production facility in the world which is located, Sant'Agata Bolognese. The Lamborghini Urus will be built in this plant along with the Aventador and the Huracan sports cars.

Hybrid model.

The company will also introduce the hybrid model a year after introducing the standard model which is making an entry in 2018 as said earlier.