Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann recently stated that the Urus SUV concept, which was introduced at the Bejing Auto Show in 2012, will be put into production, reports the Detroit News.
“We are working on it, and it will come, which will be good for the brand,” said Winkelmann.
While there is no specific date for delivering the Urus, it’s the first concrete statement from Lamborghini that the SUV will be put into production.
The Urus, as shown at Bejing Auto Show last year, featured a 600-horsepower engine, 24-inch wheels, and permanent all-wheel drive. The car made extensive use of carbon fiber, and the design was low-slung, streamlined, and aggressive.