While all we do here is drive and write about cars (yes, Peter, and the odd bike), and collectively we have done and seen quite a bit in our time, never have we attempted to drive a Lamborghini down on to the rocky foreshore. But that’s the sort of thing you can do in an SUV. And it is one of the reasons why they are just so hot right now, especially in the upper echelons of the market.
This is a Lamborghini you can drive anywhere, high streets, sand dunes, across Siberia, wherever. And still it’s a Lamborghini; a drive that gets the heart pumping, yet one we have never managed to do so much with. For instance, never have we sat so comfortably in the back of a Lamborghini. It’s not the first bull with a back seat – you could get a Lamborghini fit for four as far back as 1966 – but here there is ample stretch space. The wedgy styling of the Urus is deceptive.
Cambria Automobiles (LON:CAMB) was established in 2006 and has built a balanced portfolio of high luxury, premium and volume car dealerships, comprising over 40 franchises representing major brands across the UK. The Group’s businesses are autonomous and trade under local brand names, including County Motor Works, Dees, Doves, Grange, Invicta, Motorparks and Pure Triumph.