Jalopnik recently wrote a small piece that discusses how the Lamborghini Urus will fit into the high end performance SUV landscape. The Trackhawk isn't mentioned, but I figured that is where we can come into play.
The Urus could possibly come with a hybrid power train, and it may be aiming to be the fastest SUV ever. The Bentayga complicates such a goal.
How do you think the Jeep Trackhawk will fit into this emerging segment?The Italians promise a lighter body, more speed and extreme styling, but while a hybrid drivetrain could give them a performance advantage over a conventional twin-turbo V8, batteries still weight a lot, not to mention that Porsche will hardly let Lamborghini end up with a better handling SUV within the Group.