Builders of exotic super cars, Lamborghini was founded in 1963 to compete with established sports car makers such as Ferrari. It's currently owned by the Volkswagen Group and produces a limited range of high-performance models.
Lamborghini's first crossover SUV blends supernatural performance with remarkable tech and surprising utility.
Physics-eviscerating dynamics and top-shelf tech star in this wild-looking $200,000-plus SUV.
Exactly when and where remains to be seen.
At the Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini's director of R&D said that while he isn't ruling out EVs, they'll need to meet strict performance benchmarks.
Just when you thought your eBay car addiction was bad...
It may look a little more tame than we were hoping, but that doesn't mean it isn't the fastest SUV on the planet.
The term "SUV" keeps getting redefined, and now here comes Lamborghini to blow it out of the water. Meet the fastest SUV on the planet, the world's first Supersport Utility Vehicle.
I wonder who that'll appeal to.