Premium Crossover Race – Aston Martin DBX vs. Lamborghini UrusAugust 17, 2020
The Lovecars YouTube channel captures a premium crossover race featuring the British Aston Martin DBX and the Italian Lamborghini Urus. Both vehicles have similar technical equipment, but are designed for different tasks.
The Aston Martin DBX and Lamborghini Urus are high-end crossovers with twin-turbocharged V8 engines, all-wheel drive and automatic transmission, but that’s where the similarities end. One is more focused on luxury and comfort, while the other is mostly a stilt supercar built primarily for top speed. The performance gap – at least in terms of acceleration – is beautifully illustrated by the new straight-ahead race captured on YouTube’s Lovecars.
Aston Martin 100 hp engine and 150 Nm weaker than the power plant of the Italian crossover.
Although the DBX had an impressive start to the race and managed to pull ahead briefly, the significantly more powerful Lamborghini engine helped the Urus regain its lost ground and ultimately triumph. It was a surprisingly tight drag race considering the Aston Martin is also slightly heavier than its rival.
It is worth mentioning that the DBX does not have launch control (launch control), so the person driving the Lamborghini turned it off to level the playing field. The Urus accelerated to 100 km / h in 4.29 seconds and the quarter mile (402 meters) was covered in 12.38 seconds at 190.67 km / h, while Aston Martin completed the sprint in 4.48 seconds. and a quarter mile in 12.52 seconds at a speed of 189.38 km / h.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about whether a tuned Lamborghini Urus can overtake the stock Rolls-Royce Wraith. The guys from the famous tuning studio Hennessey decided to check if the Italian Lamborghini Urus crossover they had upgraded could overtake the British Rolls-Royce Wraith. The latter does not have any upgrades – it is in a completely stock condition
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