Top 5 Off-Road Supercars Prepared to Tackle the Toughest of Terrains

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A combination of such words as off-road and supercar might seem ridiculous, but we live during miraculous times when nothing is impossible. So, if you’ve ever dreamt of roaming the dunes and zipping across beaten roads with a car that has 500 horsepower under the hood – now is your chance. In today’s episode of #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews, we will be showing you a lineup of legitimate off-road supercars that already exist and reimagine definition of harsh terrain performance.

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#1 2019 GFG Style Kangaroo

2019 GFG Style Kangaroo stands out among similarly-looking and spec-ed supercars due to its hydraulic suspension that raises clearance from track 5.5 inches to off-road 10.2 inches.

#2 2019 Lamborghini Urus

Being the first SUV model from the Italian supercar brand, the 2019 Lamborghini Urus is marketed as the world’s only Super Sport Utility vehicle that offers thrilling performance even while driving on the most difficult terrain.

#3 2020 Aston Martin DBX

Famous for its sleek coupes and unbelievable sportscars, Aston Martin still lags behind other super-luxury brands in terms of SUV power. The situation, however, is about change as the British automaker announced its first crossover-SUV Aston Martin DBX to debut on the market in the last quarter of 2019.

#4 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato

Lamborghini have tested their off-roading expertise on the Urus and now chose to explore new horizons with an unconventional concept Huracán Sterrato. It is based on the Lambo Huracan EVO.

#5 Xing Electric Miss R

This 2015 founded Taiwanese startup has grown into a mature manufacturer of integrated electric powertrains for the world’s commercial, industrial and recreational vehicle makers. The Xing Miss R is the world’s first rally electric supercar.

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