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Lamborghini says its new Urus SUV will stand out from rivals because of its high performance. The 650-hp Urus outpowers the 608-hp Bentley Bentayga and the 629-hp Mercedes-Benz G 65 AMG.
In this Q&A, Lamborghini's CEO discusses the brand's plans for its first SUV, possibly its first 2+2 sports car since 1968, and electrified powertrains.
When you're the pope, you tend to get lavish gifts from visitors. Lamborghini just took it up a notch.
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Pope Francis was given a $200,000 Lamborghini Huracan, which will be auctioned to raise money for charity. The Vatican said the money would help Christians rebuild their homes in Iraq.
The next generation of Lamborghinis -- previewed with the Terzo Millennio concept -- could act as their own superpowered batteries and be able to repair themselves.
As Lamborghini doubles capacity at its factory in Italy to build the new Urus crossover, it also is preparing dealers for sweeping operational and infrastructure changes.
Once confined to the mundane world of Priuses and Volts, electrification is bringing sexy back, seeping into the highest echelons of the automotive stratosphere.
Lamborghini will keep churning out variants to sustain interest in its two main nameplates, while the addition of a utility vehicle will introduce a new look to the brand's profile.
Ferrari and Lamborghini are working on hybrid sports cars but have no plans to develop wholly electric models, even as the industry races to design and engineer emissions-free light vehicles.
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali is trying to instill a sense of urgency in the supercar maker.
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali, who is on track to double the Italian sports car maker's annual production, will speak at the Automotive News Europe Congress on June 21 in Barcelona.
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