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CarAdvice podcast 82: Are dealership paint protection offers worthwhile?

In the studio this week is Mandy Turner and Mike Stevens. Covering this weeks car news, the Lamborghini Urus has been revealed, the Mercedes-AMG CLS53 hybrid has been confirmed, and the entry-level Hyundai i30 Go arrives at $19,990...

2018 Lamborghini Urus revealed

The Lamborghini Urus – the first Raging Bull SUV of the modern era – has been revealed, with deliveries slated to begin next year. Under the bonnet, the Urus is powered by a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 cranking out 485kW of power at 6000rpm and 850Nm of torque between 2250rpm and 4500rpm. Lamborghini says the Urus weighs under 2200kg, and can accelerate from 0-100km/h in 3...

2018 Lamborghini Urus leaked in new video teaser

The upcoming 2018 Lamborghini Urus has been partially revealed, likely through human error, in the company's latest preview video for the upcoming crossover. Following the 'Sabbia' and 'Neve' videos over the last few weeks, the new 'Corsa' clip showcases the Urus's track-focused driving mode...

Lamborghini Urus tears up the white stuff in new teaser

The 2018 Lamborghini Urus has been teased again, this time showcasing its 'Neve' – Italian for snow – setting. Like the 'Sabbia' clip released last week, this latest video essentially shows a camouflaged Urus making a mess and driving fast...

Lamborghini Urus teased ahead of December reveal

The upcoming Lamborghini Urus SUV has been teased this week in a video on social media. Although the clip is short, we get a glimpse of the high-riding Bull romping in some sand dunes – complete with a Ford Raptor-style jump, no less. The video - posted on Twitter - is called 'Sabbia', which is Italian for sand, and provides a fleeting glimpse at the drive-mode selector in the upcoming Lamborghini crossover...

Lamborghini and MIT unveil Terzo Millennio

After being teased last week, Lamborghini and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have unveiled their concept collaboration. Dubbed the Terzo Millennio, it's an all-electric peek at how the Raging Bull of the future might look. The design of the Terzo Millennio focuses on five core areas, starting with energy...

Lamborghini and MIT to reveal concept car next week

Lamborghini will reportedly unveil a concept car next week, which will preview the look of the vehicle that will replace the Aventador. Jonny Lieberman, journalist at Motor Trend, revealed a teaser image and some preliminary details about the concept via a post on Instagram...

CarAdvice podcast 77: CEO Andrew Beecher discusses new CarAdvice review ratings

On the panel this week is Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, and Alborz Fallah. James Wong covers car news, which includes the 2018 Jeep Wrangler being revealed, Kia rolling out a pair of Stingers for SEMA, pricing and specs for the Volkswagen Golf GTI Original and Golf R Grid, Ford Performance developing an electronic ‘Drift Stick’ for the Focus RS, and five-star ANCAP ratings for the LDV T60 and Haval H2...

2022 Lamborghini Huracan replacement to feature plug-in hybrid drivetrain

The replacement for the Lamborghini Huracan will be available with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain. "The [next] Huracan — that car will need hybridisation. Hybridisation is the answer, not [full] electric,” Stefano Domenicali, head of Lamborghini, told Autocar. According to the British magazine, the successor to Huracan is due to be launched in 2022, and will feature a plug-in hybrid drivetrain...

Lamborghini boss: More Aventador variants to come, natural aspiration to stay

Lamborghini’s Aventador might seem to have reached its fullest and most terrifying potential with the 544kW S model, but there will be more variants to come from the old-school super car, according to Federico Foschini, the company’s chief commercial officer...

Lamborghini LM002: The bull's first SUV revisited as Urus nears

The Lamborghini Urus will debut in December, but, as fans know, it won't be the first time the Italian marque has offered an SUV. Now, ahead of the new model's launch, the Raging Bull brand has looked back on its legendary off-roader: the LM002. It's been 25 years since the original Lamborghini SUV went out of production, but it doesn't make the LM002 any less important in the company's history...