Official: The Lamborghini Urus will have the V8 Turbo

Lamborghini finally will equip the Urus with a V8 engine bi-turbo and awd. Its commercial launch will take place only in 2018, and promise an evolution of its exterior design.

Lamborghini-Urus-2Su debut as a prototype took place in the year 2012, in the framework of the Car show in Beijing and a year despeñes was announced your start-production from the year 2017. In a recent interview granted to Coach by the managers of the brand Stephan Winkelmann and Mauricio Reggiani, confirmed that the Lamborghini Urus will use a V8 engine-Turbo 4.0-liter.

Surprising that the propellant chosen to be a new unit V8 twin turbo and not the V10 or V12 kw, which are used in the Huracán and Aventador. However this has an explanation, as the italians believe that a turbo engine is an option much more suitable for a SUV large as the Urus, in that the have enormous torque at very low speed, at the same time, earn a low level of polluting emissions.

Lamborghini-Urus-Concept-2despite this, they promise that the Lamborghini Urus will be the fastest in its class. Winkelmann said that the Urus is going to have the most powerful engine in its class, which will transform it in a true SUV supercar, without that it means leaving aside the off-road and there is where you will play an important role, the motor with double turbo and its excellent torque at low rpm.

But in addition could be an alternative to electrical plug-in, although it has not yet been determined your start production, although the car is being designed to accept electric motors and battery packs of lithium ion batteries, taking into account that the Urus would share these items with other products of the group as the next generation of Porsche Cayenne or Audi Q7.

At a visual level, the production model will have an evolved design and a more spacious interior than what has been seen in the prototype of the year 2012. The debut of the production version of the Lamborghini Urus could occur in the framework of any of the international shows, presumably at the Frankfurt motor show, 2017.