As always, Geneva International Motor Show sets on stage the newest automotive technological development. Being one step forward than its rival Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, Lamborghini comes up with the new V12-powered concept. This car could be provided with a front mid-engine and according to the firm's chairman Stephan Winkelmann this revolutionary concept will certainly be "the fastest car Lamborghini has ever produced". Winkelmann also states that this model will be two seated and will have two doors with no Aventador relation.
The only thing that remains to be done now is to persuade the VW Group leaders into agreeing the Urus. Joining the forged carbon fiber construction, four-wheel drive system and a futuristic SUV design. Lamborghini might sell between 3,000 and 4,000 units per year. If this concept will go on production it will cost between 190,000 USD and 250,000 USD, the same as a Gallardo.
Winkelmann highlights the necessity of a hybrid turbo SUV although the Lamborghini sports cars will still have a naturally aspirated system.
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