Lamborghini Urus ST-X Concept unveiled

Turquoise Chrome Lamborghini Urus

The Urus ST-X Concept will make its track debut during the 2019 Lamborghini World Finals. The auto was conceived for a new single-brand championship, combining a proper FIA-approved racing circuits with an off-road track. Clearly, Lamborghini occasionally likes to deliberately cross its memos.

Lamborghini Urus ST-X Concept race vehicle gets detailed. Larger air intakes help keep the twin-turbo V8 cool while it makes 650 CV and 850 Nm of torque. The vehicle claims to be 25% lighter than the production model and to be fitted with dedicated racing components. Lamborghini will hold events on FIA-approved circuits in Europe and in the Middle East. Buyers who participate in the series will buy into an "arrive and drive program" that includes the auto and technical support, but pricing information hasn't been released yet. Lightweight materials have been used extensively to bring the SUV's kerb weight down by 25 percent (from 2,200kg).

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Additional equipment come in the form of a slim rear spoiler, revised rear bumper, lateral racing exhausts with new hexagonal design, as well as huge 21-inch single-nut aluminium alloy wheels shod with high-performance Pirelli tyres.

There's no word on performance data - or indeed where the lightweighting has occurred - but an already sub-four-second to 62mph SUV with, presumably, no interior will probably be mighty punchy. It gets a steel roll cage, integrated fire fighting system, shell seat and racing belts and an FT3 fuel tank as these are FIA approved safety elements. And we also suspect that the customers who opt for this "arrive-and-drive" one-make Urus championship will probably be having a whale of a time.


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