Lamborghini Urus review

Category: Sports SUV

Section: Passenger & boot space

Lamborghini Urus
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Urus is a big SUV, so even tall adults won’t feel hemmed in up front. Even with a panoramic sunroof, head room is good, the driver’s seat goes back a long way and there’s plenty of elbow room. There’s even a few cubby holes dotted about and a large tray behind the lower touchscreen. Just don’t forget to leave your mobile/keys/wallet behind it.

The rear seats are a bit of a mixed bag. You can have your Urus with four or five seats, with both configurations able to be reclined. Leg room is very good, even with a couple of lanky individuals up front. But the real issue is rear head room on account of the tapering roof line. Try to fit a six-foot-plus adult in the rear and their head is likely to be touching the rooflining, even if they have loads of leg room.