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The Urus is a whole lot of fun on a dirt road; goes sideways with ease.
The Urus tips the scales at just shy of 2.2 tonnes.
It may not look like it, but the Urus is over five metres in length.
Y-shaped lights are a trademark Lamborghini touch.
The Urus is the second SUV to ever wear the Lamborghini badge - the LM002 was the first.
440mm carbon-ceramic brake discs at the front are the biggest ever fitted to a production car.
4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 produces a monumental 650hp and 850Nm of torque.
The way the Urus handles high-speed corners almost defies the laws of physics.
Three-screen layout for the infotainment system plucked from the Audi A8.
Front seats feel snug, sporty and offer a good amount of cushioning.
Rear seats have a lot of space - almost too much for a performance-oriented car!
Barrel-shaped 'Tamburo' drive mode selector and the fighter jet-style flap for the engine start button are unmissable.
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