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The URUS, the world's first Super Sport Utility Vehicle!

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  1. Booker

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    Sounds like a lot of fun, have you driven anything similar as far as SUVs go? I havent driven a urus yet, so my biggest question is how heavy does it feel?
     
  2. robert biscan

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  3. robert biscan

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    It feels lite. There is no delay between hitting the throttle and flying. It rocks.
     
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  4. Gh21631

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    I agree. What I find interesting is that the suspension is tight enough but does great over crappy roads, much better than my M5.
     
  5. Delta 5275

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    Thinking about purchasing the Urus. It would be black with the brown elegante interior. I currently have the GLS 63 and was debating between the RR SVAutobiography and the Urus for my daily. Regarding the SV, anyone else have one or had one? Curious on how it handles. Handling and luxury and comfort are High priority and I feel the RR with handling would be bad . For long distance, does it feel roomy? I know it’s smaller then the range. Just asking about comfort.
     
  6. Alib

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    I took it for an overnight test drive for exactly that reason. Looking for an SUV that is comfortable yet has the ability to be sporty and fun. I drove it for 2 hours without getting out and then used it throughout the time I had it to run errands etc. The demo had the 22" wheels. Overall it was comfortable in Strada, a little more harsh suspension in Sport and Corsa. If I decide to proceed with purchase I love the way the 22's look but they could be more comfortable. Therefore I would order the 21's (give up the look and gain some comfort...hopefully) and I think that would make it a bit more comfortable. The car has amazing abilities from being comfortable to putting it in Corsa (where it reminded me of My ferraris and Porsches...not the same but an incredibly agile and fun car). Of course, somebody who actually owns one could comment much better on your questions. I notice your post has been up for quite a while with no response so I thought I would give you my overnight test drive impressions.
     
  7. Delta 5275

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    Thank you for the reply. It does. It seems luxurious inside especially compared to the new gls , and the RR seems pretty dated now. From your review, I love how the car can completely change attitudes. From comfort to aggressive. Exactly what I’m looking for while being comfortable.
     
  8. Alib

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    Just took delivery of my Urus. I can't get enough of it. What a vehicle. Truly a new benchmark...sublime suspension, incredible comfort and sportiness and the heritage of Lamborghini is very much present with all the technological wizadry of the future.
    BTW this forum is extremely quiet on the Urus. Urus owners step forward and lets start comparing notes!!
     

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