Lamborghini is a luxurious car brand that is know for producing spectacular supercars. This Italian brand specializes in the production of sports cars and SUVs. Even though there are many people who would love to own a car with the Lamborghini logo, only few people get to enjoy these cars as they are very expensive to acquire and maintain.
In Kenya, owning a Lamborghini sports car is not such an easy task. This is because these cars are very expensive to acquire and the roads in Kenya are not that suitable for these cars. This therefore means that any one who would love to own a Lamborghini in Kenya would automatically go for the Lamborghini Urus because of its high ground clearance.
The Lamborghini Urus comes with a 650 hp V8 twin-turbo engine boasting one of the highest specific power outputs of its class and the best weight to power ratio, the Urus is one of the fastest Super SUVs in the world.The 2021 Lamborghini Urus costs 36 million kenyan shillings.
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