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Lamborghini takes home the Robb Report Car of the Year award for the third time in a row, this time with the world’s first Super SUV Urus which “has multiple personalities, and I love them all,” as stated by one of the judges.
In this edition of Car of the Year, a bicoastal contest held in California and Florida, nine groups averaging 20 judges each drove 10 cars to choose their favorite among the luxury automotive industry’s finest: “The winner of the 2019 Robb Report Car of the Year is proof that there’s a renaissance in the automotive realm, and, fittingly, it has begun in Italy—Sant’Agata Bolognese to be exact,” stated Robb Report. “This raging bull is unique among Lamborghinis as it not only features six drive modes (including ones for snow and sand), but it also inherited aerodynamic attributes from the Huracán Performante and handling elements (such as four-wheel steering, active damping, and four-wheel drive) from the Aventador S.”