Despite often being out of average Joe and plain Jane’s reach, the luxury vehicle segment has traditionally been one of the most interesting markets to cover. Maybe it’s because few people are able to afford a true luxury car, or maybe it’s because they’re simply that good. Luxury cars have always graced magazine covers and adorned many a young boy’s walls, so it’s not surprising that people are fascinated by them. Even though their comparably low sales figures reflect the state of the global economy, there are still plenty of luxury vehicles on the market. MY 2019 should be even more interesting, as some luxury brands are doing complete makeovers of their current lineup while others are debuting some all-new models. Here’s our shortlist for the best luxury vehicle 2019 is bringing our way.
The famous Italian sports car and supercar maker is finally joining the crossover craze. This time, for real. You’ll remember their failed SUV experiment from the late eighties; the misunderstood (and absolutely massive) LM002. The 2019 Lamborghini Urus, on the other hand, has all of the prerequisites to succeed in the modern age. It’s stylish, powerful, refined, and above all else, it’s backed by that raging bull badge. It won’t be cheap though, as prices are projected to start from $200,000.
The 2019 Lamborghini Urus might seem like an expensive affair, but then again, what Lambo isn’t? The Urus will offer much more practicality than any other Lamborghini currently available. Unlike many other Lamborghinis, the tastefully crafted upscale interior won’t be limited to just two admirers. The Urus still won’t be able to seat seven passengers, but four’s definitely a start. Furthermore, the Italians have developed a very special powertrain just for the occasion. The Urus’ 4.0L twin-turbo V8 is Lambo’s very first turbocharged engine. Moreover, it’s their first V8 in decades. Mated to an all-wheel-drive system and an 8-speed automatic gearbox, this highly advanced powertrain generates a whopping 641 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. It should be able to propel the 4,850-pounder to a 0 to 60 mph flying start in just 3.5 seconds or thereabouts.