If you are currently residing on the planet Earth and just slightly care about automobiles you must have heard about the release of the super SUV from Lamborghini – the URUS!
Though technically not the first ever utility vehicle from this manufacturer it is nevertheless the start of a new era in automotive history when even supercar manufacturers enter the market of extremely popular mid-size SUVs and crossovers.
However, even though it seems that all of the headlines are currently swamped by the news about the new Lamborghini, it is not the only recently revealed upcoming SUV.
SUV cars presented in this video:
Lamborghini Urus: lamborghini.com/en-en/
Lamborghini Urus that was officially presented in December 2017 is an aggressive looking SUV that shows remarkable performance.
Lexus RX 350 L: lexus.com/models/RX
New Lexus RX is released in two options, a regular gasoline RX 350L and a hybrid RX 450hL. RX 350L is a 209 hp 7 seater with a price starting from $48,665.
Nissan Kicks: nissanusa.com/crossovers/kicks
This subcompact crossover is based on the 2014 Kicks concept and size-wise falls below the Rogue Sport.
2019 Subaru Ascent: subaru.com/ascent
2019 Subaru Ascent is the largest crossover-SUV ever produced by this manufacturer. It can seat up to 8 people and people and has 152 cubic feet of passenger space.
Range Rover SVAutobiography: media.landrover.com/news/2017/11/land-rover-la-benchmark-luxury-zero-emissions-and-ultimate-versatility
The pinnacle of luxury from Range Rover comes in the body of SVAutobiography LWB and its 2018 model year has bumped the premium level even higher.
Kia Sorento: kiamedia.com/us/en/models/sorento/2019
The 2019 model year of Sorento was released by the end of 2017 and major updates include exterior revisions, minor cabin updates and slight modifications to the available engines selection.
Volkswagen I.D. Crozz: vw.com/electric-concepts
VW Crozz has been confirmed for mass production multiple times now starting from 2020 and we can confidently say that it shall be. It is a compact SUV for city driving with the all-electric powertrain
Lincoln Nautilus: lincoln.com/luxury-crossovers/nautilus/2019
All new Lincoln Nautilus is a 5 seater SUV that provides additional comfort, has updated design and lots of technological developments. The Nautilus come with 2.0 liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that delivers 245 hp and a front-wheel drive.
Infiniti QX-50: infinitiusa.com/crossover/qx50
Like it has been expected the all-new 2019 QX-50 is almost identical to the concept that was presented in early 2017.
Volvo XC40 T5 R-Design: volvocars.com/uk/cars/new-models/xc40
The all new XC40 2018 is the smallest crossover of this car brand with just 14 and a half feet in length and 8.9 feet wheelbase. The model is following the signature edgy style of Volvo that is present in the older XC60 and XC90.
BMW X7 iPerformance Concept: bmwusa.com/concept-vehicles/x7.html
BMW X7 iPerformance Concept is a preview of the production BMW that is scheduled to be released in 2018 and it is tasked to demonstrate the absolute new approach of the car brand to luxury.