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Enzo Successor, Mercedes Diesels, Lamborghini Urus SUV: Today's Car News

 
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Lamborghini Urus Concept

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Lamborghini finally unveiled its new SUV called the Urus in concept form. The Urus is more supercar than off-roader like its ancestor the LM002. With all-wheel drive and a 600-horsepower engine, Lamborghini is looking to take on the BMW X6 M and Range Rover Sport Supercharged. While production hasn't been announced, Lamborghini feels it is the perfect vehicle to compliment the rest of its model lineup.

Ferrari previewed the Enzo successor's hybrid powertrain at the Beijing Motor Show. Featuring Ferrari's HY-KERS system which was previewed in the 599 GTB, this engine will be a mid-rear layout connected to a dual-clutch F1 style gearbox. Ferrari isn't talking numbers yet, but expect this V-12 hybrid powertrain to be the most powerful prancing horse yet.

Mercedes-Benz could be bringing more four-cylinder diesel engines to the U.S. market. The refreshed 2013 GLK is the first U.S. model to receive a four-cylinder diesel from Mercedes, and it is just the starting point. Expect to see similar engine options in the C Class sedans, E Class sedans, and possibly even the SLK roadster in the near future.

For all these stories and more of today's headlines be sure to check the links below.

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Audi A6 L e-tron Concept Debuts At 2012 Beijing Auto Show

Nissan Working On New Track Focused GT-R? Not Likely

Ferrari Previews Enzo Successor's Hybrid Drivetrain: Video

"Need For Speed" Movie Reportedly In The Works: Video

Jaguar Confirms Engine For 2014 F-Type At Beijing Auto Show

Lamborghini Urus Officially Unveiled Ahead Of Beijing Auto Show

Buescher Wins NASCAR Truck Race At Kansas

Is This The New Aston Martin DBS?

Mercedes-Benz Could Bring More Four-Cylinder Diesels To The U.S.



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