If anyone is hoping the four-door Lamborghini concept is nothing more than an exercise in design, you’re probably going to be disappointed. According to Automotive News Europe, the concept that will make its debut at the Paris motor show in a few weeks will actually be very close to a production model. And thanks to some digging by a carspyshots.net member, the concept will be called the Urus, which basically means “big cow.” We’re going to assume Lamborghini is aware of this and that whoever picked that name has a pretty good sense of humor.
Designed to compete with the forthcoming Aston Martin Rapide, Porsche Panamera, and Audi A7, the Urus is by all accounts going to be a four-door, four-seat supercar for the millionaire who wants to get the kids to school in record time.
According to Automotive News Europe, the front-engine, all-wheel-drive Urus probably won’t be able to stuff a Lamborghini V-10 or V-12 under the hood, so a slightly smaller engine, say with direct injection and maybe a turbocharger or two, could be sourced from fellow VW Group member Audi.
Source: Motor Trend