According to a report filed by Autocar, the 3rd model in the super car maker's line-up will start at around €170,000 (£135,000 / $207,000). This means it would be the cheapest model that the company would offer.

Lamborghini are yet to officially confirm the Urus Crossover SUV for production but further details continue to surface ahead of the announcement.

According to a report filed by Autocar, the 3rd model in the super car maker's line-up will start at around €170,000 (£135,000 / $207,000). This means it would be the cheapest model that the company would offer.

The Urus was shown in concept form for the first time earlier this year at the Beijing Motor Show and initial reaction has proved positive so far. Lamborghini are targeting around 3,000 annual sales and may launch full production in 2016 if sources are correct.

The model will use the PL73 platform that will also underpin the next-generation Audi Q7, Porsche Cayenne, VW Touareg and the production version of Bentley's EXP 9 F concept. Engineers will target a base kerb weight of around 4,400 lbs (1,996 kg) with the use of lightweight materials including carbon fiber and aluminum.

Power is set to be drawn from Audi's 4.2-liter V8 and will have an output of approximately 600 hp (447 kW / 608 PS).

Watch this space as more details develop.

 

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