Super SUV Showdown!
Russia has ample room for racing, and that means an invitation to the fastest cars from across Europe and Asia. Half-mile racing is perfect for these high-speed machines, as both are powered by twin-turbo V8 engines with All Wheel Drive. The Italian competitor is a distant cousin of the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, and the Bavarian is the flagship of their X-Class, born in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
You paid for an entire seat but you are only going to need the edge. That’s because Lamborghini offers 641 horsepower with a weight of 4,844 lbs. BMW replies back with 523 horsepower in 5,115 lbs. The Urus also has 100 more lb-ft of torque, but aerodynamics are the name of the game above 120 mph, so hang on for a wild ride.