What happens when you combine the soul of an Italian super sports car and the functionality typical of an luxury SUV? You get the 2019 Lamborghini Urus. Unveiled in December 2017, this exclusive super sports utility vehicle out performs any other on the market. Though the Urus is a significant departure from the usual Lamborghini models (i.e. The Huracan, Aventador, and Gallardo), it is not the first ever SUV from the company. That would be the LM002 released in 1986. Its creation is meant to broaden the brand’s typical customer base attracting families, millennials and women as well as maintaining its loyal clientele.
Our goal has always been to provide our guests with the newest and greatest luxury and exotic vehicles, and soon you will be able to rent a Lamborghini Urus at Imagine Lifestyles luxury & exotic rentals. Lamborghini will reveal the production-spec Urus on December 4th, five years after the original concept made its debut. With production models expected to be delivered by the end of 2018, Imagine Lifestyles has already placed an order for their very own.
Imagine Lifestyles will be the first company in the United States offering a rental of the Lamborghini Usus luxury SUV in New York, Philadelphia, Miami, and New Jersey. With a twin turbocharged V8 making around 650 Hp, we are confident that these rentals will move quick! The Urus is the first Lamborghini to ever offer a turbocharged engine from the factory.
The Lamborghini Huracan has been a phenomenal success. As the successor to the long-running Lamborghini Gallardo, the Huracan certainly had large tires to fill. Now that she has proven herself in terms of popularity, the nice lady is about to take off her top and become even sexier. Delicious renderings are leaking out of the digitally transformed Huracan in convertible format.
Does the Lamborghini Huracan look better with her top off? It is not likely that the Raging Bull would encounter any issues unloading all units if produced! The rendering above shows the potential Huracan Superleggera and Lamborghini Huracan spyder models.
Lamborghini has rocked an SUV in the past–think way back to the LM001 and LM002. For the past two years teasers of the potential Lamborghini Urus SUV have been out, leaving all to grapple at a comeback and also to wonder what powertrain it would pack upon release. Those questions remain unanswered, but with increasing speculation of a hybrid Lamborghini SUV on the horizon.
The theory of the Lamborghini Urus SUV hitting production as a hybrid certainly makes sense with the plethora of battery and electric powered supercars already on the scene. Taking in the big picture, luxury SUVs have made a healthy comeback and hybrids are now increasing in popularity. It then makes perfect sense that a hybrid SUV would not be a terribly risky move on the part of the Raging Bull, so what exactly is the holdup? Tentative 2017 production for the Urus has been released, but things like that often change.
Lamborghini currently sells only two models: The Lamborghini Aventador and the all-new Lamborghini Huracan. The Aventador is the beast of the brand, powered by a V12 engine kicking out 700+ horsepower, while the Huracan has pulled up to replace the flagship Gallardo with a V10. Now Lamborghini is hinting at a new model, possibly to be unveiled at the 2014 Paris Auto Show this October.
So far, all we have to go on is this tiny sketch, which could hardly be considered a rough draft. They know how to keep fans anticipating the next reveal.
While there is no official word on the Lamborghini website, auto blogs worldwide are ablaze with speculation about the mysterious Gallardo successor. The rumors indicate that the next generation will wear the Lamborghini Cabrera and Cabrera spyder monikers. There are a few renderings of the models out there, but this is pre-prototype stuff so what they will look like or be named is still anyone’s best guess.
The Lamborghini Cabrera and Cabrera spyder renderings are creating a sensation. Are they the successors to the long running Gallardo series? Some styling cues of the Aventador are noticeable.
The video below captured the demise of a million-dollar Lamborghini concept car. The unexpected crash occurred during a demo at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The festival has certainly been making headlines this year in a variety of arenas, including this crash, the sale of a $29 million dollar Mercedes-Benz racecar and more!
Watch the multi-million dollar Lamborghini concept car overshoot the turn and slam into bales of hay. At least the bales were there to somewhat absorb the blow–though they are about as effective as water from a high-dive.
Spy shots have captured what may be a Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce testing on the Nurburgring. This is fantastic news for all who would love to see an even more aggressive version of the insanely potent Aventador. Could this be a SuperVeloce version of the award-winning Aventador?
Lamborghini has taunted the press by testing a mystery model on the Nurburgring. Rumors are sparking that it will be an Aventador SuperVeloce packing even more power than the standard version.
Features of this Lamborghini Aventador prototype include:
The Lamborghini Egoista concept name loosely translates to “selfish” in Italian. The beast also boasts just one seat, so it is obviously for those who prefer the company of…well, themselves. All jokes aside, the Egoista (think ego) concept was officially unveiled to an amped up crowd of about 700 Lamborghini owners recently as part of the brand’s 50-year anniversary celebrations.
Renderings of the Egoista are exciting
The entire 2013 calendar year is dedicated to celebrating the special 50th birthday of Lamborghini. The crowd of 700 owners gathered from around the world for a weeklong brand heritage celebration involving clouds of smoke, hypercars and exclusive events.
The latest supercar rumor is a doozy: A 4-door Lamborghini Aventador concept. It may sound like insanity, but so did the Ferrari hatchback, which has enjoyed impressive success. So what got rumors spinning of an extended Aventador supercar? That would be the UK’s Car magazine, claiming there will be a 4-seat Aventador GT concept at the Geneva Auto Show next to its snazzy sibling.
Will there be A family friendly Lamborghini Aventador?
The very words ‘family friendly’ and ‘Lamborghini Aventador’ go together like orange juice and mint flavored chewing gum. Following much publicity and that fabulous shock-and-awe factor, Ferrari’s FF hatchback has been met with enormous success and praise. But the Aventador’s elegant scissor doors…surely no one would be mad enough to pluck them like wings on an insect in favor of a 4+4 layout? Stranger things have happened.