Since traveling to Pamplona every year to run with the bulls, you’ve cultivated a deep respect for the beautiful beasts (especially the one that took a piece of your right cheek), which is why when a new luxury SUV is named after an ancient line of Spanish bulls, you take notice. The Lamborghini LM002 Concept Urus promises 600 horsepower and permanent all-wheel-drive. The SUV maintains the signature Lamborghini large air intakes, Y-shaped headlamps and a pointed arrow shape. But the side mirrors embedded with cameras that display rear-view images on screens inside the car and massive 24-inch wheels are completely unique to the Urus. With the lowest CO2 emissions of any luxury SUV, it will also have a carbon-fiber interior, paddle-shifting technology and a four-seat configuration. Don’t be surprised if driving this through town causes a stampede.
When your garage is home to big names like Porsche, Maserati, Maybach and Bugatti you can’t let just any SUV shack up with your collection. It has to possess the same quality and prestige that your sedans do. Bentley rises to the challenge with their Bentley Sport Utility Vehicle EXP 9 F Concept. You’ll recognize familiar styling elements like the matrix grille, round lamps, and signature lines that set Bentleys apart. Powered by a 6.0 liter, twin-turbocharged W12 engine, the Bentley SUV features 3D navigation, touch screen interfaces, rear seat business mode with fold-down keyboard and internet, and a cooled compartment for champagne stashed under the center armrest. The two-piece tailgate doubles as a picnic table and the retractable awing make it ideal for an afternoon in the country. If they take this concept to production there’s no doubt you’ll be tempted to cheat on all your other cars with it.