By on April 20, 2012

Curves aren’t typically the signature look of a Lamborghini, which prevents me from making any cheesy jokes about the company’s SUV “revealing its curves” like any other sex-starved blogger would.

Instead, the Lamborghini SUV looks like it was drawn with a geometry set. Apparently, the car will be named the Urus, and not after the author of “Exodus”.  Bertel will be at the Beijing show to give you all the gory details. The first Lamborghini SUV, the LM002, found favor with dictator progeny and eccentric Europeans. Perhaps the new Lamborghini will also find favor with…dictator progeny and eccentric Europeans…of a slightly different stripe this time.

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