Along with the radical SC18
Lamborghini doesn't quite have the longstanding and illustrious racing history that Ferrari does, but it has supported racing series since the1996 Diablo SV-R supercar hit the scene with its 540 hp V12. In the case of the ST-X, the race will combine track and off-road surfaces, so the use of the Urus makes sense with its higher ground clearance.
More exotic car brands are giving owners the opportunity to buy a car that's race-ready and can enter a branded race series. It's an exciting offering that lets owners exploit their cars' capabilities, as well as partake in an exclusive event. Lambo will show off the Urus ST-X on the track during the 2019 Lamborghini World Finals for all the world to witness. We're excited to see a new racing crossover enter the fray.