If the Estoque was a surprise, the debut of the Urus was even more so. A Lamborghini SUV? Only it wasn’t such a departure after all for the company that started out making tractors and which built the LM002 in the 80s. Debuting at the Beijing Auto Show last April, the Urus concept stood as a more angular and muscular take on the same architecture that underpins the Porsche Cayenne
’s EXP 9 F concept, among others. While the Estoque is apparently dead in the water, though, the Urus is still in the pipeline as Lamborghini lobbies its parent company Volkswagen
to give it the go-ahead for production.