2017 lamborghini suv review,interior,exterior

Posted by Neonista on Monday, April 23, 2012

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Rumors about a possible Lamborghini SUV have been circulating for a very long time, with the first whispers beginning back in 2007. Since then, Lamborghini has denied plans for the monster mobile numerous times, but after Bentley confirmed the addition of an SUV to their line-up, Lamborghini started drinking from the rumor pool for ideas. Now plans for a Lamborghini SUV are in full force, joining the Aventador and Gallardo on the list of Lamborghini’s newest models and nixing the thought of a production version of the Estoque.

Lamborghini will unveil a concept version of their upcoming SUV at the end of April at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, but new reports are stating that the production version won;t be following it in the near future. Lamborghini CEO has confirmed that a production version won’t go on sale until late in 2017. This is actual a rather strange move considering Bentley is preparing to unveil their production version of the EXP 9 F SUV concept in the next three years.

Lamborghini projects China sales to grow between 5 percent and 10 percent, in line with VW projections for the market as whole, said Christian Mastro, the carmaker’s Asia Pacific head. Daimler AG (DAI) Chief Executive Officer Dieter Zetsche is even more bullish, today projecting 2012 growth in the premium segment in China of 15 percent to 20 percent.

Bentley, another Volkswagen luxury brand, displayed its own SUV concept at the Geneva auto show last month. China became the company’s biggest market in the first quarter after sales surpassed deliveries in the U.S. for the first time, according to Chong Got, executive director of Bentley China.
Maserati will start production in 2013 of a Jeep-based SUV, currently called the Kubang, while Ferrari SpA last year added the 260,000-euro ($344,000) FF family car, its largest model.

 To do that, Lamborghini fitted the Urus with four seats, a right-sized luggage compartment and a touchscreen entertainment system to keep the kiddies in back at bay. And partnered with a variable height suspension setup for boosted ground clearance and command-view seating, along with Lamborghini’s permanent all-wheel drive system, the automaker claims the Urus can “be used by a household as its primary car … to meet all the demands of everyday mobility.”

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