Although the Urus is a latecomer to the modern super-SUV game, it has its roots in the Lamborghini LM002 that was produced from 1986 to 1993. Nicknamed the “Rambo Lambo”, the LM002 was an all-terrain offroading brute powered by a Countach 5.2l V12 or optionally an even more muscular 7.2l V12 powerboat engine.

Subtlety has never been a Lamborghini trait, and so it is with the Urus which returns the Italian brand into the SUV game nearly three decades on. As per Lamborghini’s tradition of naming its cars after famous bulls, the Urus was a wild ancestor of today’s domestic cattle, and likewise this vehicle is capable of feeling both wild and domesticated. ..

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