So, to be honest, I've been really struggling to understand the Lamborghini Urus.

While I'll be the first person to admit I LOVE high-performance sport-utility vehicles, the Urus has been a big 'ol nothing burger for me.

Its design does nothing for me. Its interior is OK. And its V8 engine is a swing and a miss from my point of view — V10 or V12, anyone?

Finally though, I think I may have stumbled upon the review that will turn me around, folks. That's because it's done by Autocar and they take it to the track, put it on city streets and go off-roading.

The fact a vehicle may be awesome at all three seems mind boggling; however, that may just be the Urus' forte.

Let's roll the clip and find out, shall we?

Shock, horror: Lamborghini has made an SUV. The new Lamborghini Urus is the company’s first off-roader since the LM002, but this time it’s totally different. The twin-turbocharged V8 Urus is based on other VW-group SUVs, like the Audi Q7, Porsche Cayenne and perhaps it’s closest luxury rival, the Bentley Bentayga. Lamborghini wants it to be the best handling car in its class, and among the best 4x4s off toad too. We try it on track, on the road, and off road too, to see if Lamborghini’s claims stack up.

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DRIVEN + VIDEO: Watch The All-new Lamborghini Urus Tackle The Track, City Streets AND Off-road Terrain

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