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Lamborghini Urus in pictures

Lamborghini has revealed the Urus - claimed to be the world's first 'super sports' SUV, it is capable of 190mph, with 0-62mph in 3.6 seconds

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For the Urus, Lamborghini has forsaken its traditional, naturally aspirated V10 and V12 engines in favour of a mighty turbocharged V8 developed by sister company Porsche, which develops 641bhp

The interior borrows heavily from Lamborghini's two-seater supercars

More opulent, classy interiors are also available

Lamborghini's research and development boss Maurizio Reggiani introduces the Urus at the launch event

A disguised prototype testing at the factory in Sant'Agata, which has been expanded by almost 50 per cent to produce the Urus alongside the Huracan and Aventador

Urus production includes a robot that helps to glue in the windows

This finishing area enables workers to identify any slight flaws in the paintwork

There's nothing else quite like a Urus, although more sombre bodywork colours seem at odds with the car's extrovert nature

A fully active differential and rear-wheel steering complete a suite of technology that includes active anti-roll, variable damping and three-chamber air springs all controlled by a 48V electrical system

That's more like it... Lamborghini owners tend not to be shy, retiring types and favour bold colours

From the side, the Urus is all chiselled aggression

The same applies to the rear - although it's strange to see such a tall Lamborghini

The Porsche-derived, 4.0-litre turbocharged V8 puts out 641bhp. It is Lamborghini's first turbo motor. Another departure is having the engine at the front

No claims have been made about the Urus's off-road prowess; its permanent four-wheel drive system has a definite bias towards road use

The Urus isn't Lamborghini's first SUV. That honour goes to the bluff, V12-engined LM002 of the Eighties

The Urus's bodywork continues the hexagonal theme that runs through all modern Lamborghinis

The examples at the reveal had carbon-ceramic brakes