Base Price: $211,321

New for 2019, the Lamborghini Urus sport-utility vehicle is a departure from the Sant’Agata Bolognese automaker’s sports car line, but it’s not the company’s first SUV. That distinction goes to the outrageous “Rambo Lambo” LM002 from the late 1980’s and early ‘90’s.

The Urus is arguably the brand’s only model that can legitimately be used as a daily driver, not to mention a soccer game carpooler. It’s powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that drives all four wheels with 650 galloping horses.



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The Urus can be dressed up with wheel upgrades as pricey as $5,051, with black painted brake calipers at $1,137; various custom leather treatments cost $2,526. A bundled suite of driver-assist safety systems (most of which are standard on a Toyota Corolla) with a head-up display goes for $6,313. A panoramic sunroof is $2,778, while heat-reflected windshield glass is $903. A Bang & Olufsen audio system is at $6,313. A four-seat configuration goes for $3,788, while heated and ventilated front seats cost $3,157, and if you want the rear seat heated it’s another $631. A hands-free tailgate is $827. There’s also multiple interior and exterior custom trim items.