In the sport utility vehicle, it is no more sporty than the Lamborghini Urus. The same can be said for the Shelby F-150 Super Snake Sport in the pickup field. This is an undoubted street pony that draws 770 horsepower from a supercharged Coyote V8 electric motor.
On the other hand, Urus has some particularly interesting electronic devices that can help eliminate wheel slip. Lamborghini appeared on the track for the first time, accelerated a quarter-mile sprint in Corsa mode, and activated the launch control function, while Shelby used Sport Mode and 4H.
Believe it or not, Lamborghini started harder, keeping Shelby at a considerable distance and crossing the finish line without sweating. In the second attempt, the Uros dug worse without launch control, but successfully covered up the American challenger at 440 yards.
For the third and final outing, the Throttle House compares these behemoths from one volume. Although Urus may be controversial due to its Volkswagen Group platform and Porsche twin-turbocharged V8 engine, the clumsy truck has no chance to compete with the more refined Audi RS Q8 brother.
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“Always a lively thing” According to Throttle House, Urus is not the fastest SUV in the world. The name was given to another Volkswagen Group utility vehicle named Bentley Bentayga Speed, which was rated at 306 instead of 305 kph. In US currency, the speed is 190 miles per hour.