First of all, the design study previewing the Urusl came with a minimalist approach, with the front end of the Sant'Agata Bolognese machine getting a bit more complex for the production version. After all, this is a natural process, so the fact that we're talking about the Lamborghini badge shouldn't make a difference when it comes to the changes required by aspects such as pedestrian safety, as well as cooling and aerodynamic requirements.
Secondly, the tires we get to see in these images seem to be more suitable for the all-round purpose of the Urus, with the rubber of the concept showing the kind of low sidewall you's expect from one of the Italian automotive producer's supercars.
We'll remind you that a recent review of the Lamborghini Urus saw Automobile Mag delivering quite a few spicy details of what will become the world's fastest SUV.
Thus, we found out that the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 of the Urus delivers 659 hp and 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of twist, which means the long-roof Lambo can reach speeds in excess of 188 mph (303 km/h).
The Urus reportedly tips the scales at over 4,400 lbs (1,996 kg) and, interestingly, seems to rival the 610 hp Huracan in terms of lap times. Oh, and the real-world speedometer reading topped the official 0-62 mph (100 km/h) time, since we're talking about 3.35 vs. 3.7 seconds, respectively.
Make sure you have over $200,000 to spend on a car and you'll soon be able to enjoy the charms of the Urus.