There was a time, in the early ’90s, when Lamborghini ruled the world. Kids had model Diablos on their bookshelves and Countachs were considered sexier than the opening credits of Baywatch. Those days are gone, as changing interests have slowly made business tough over in Italy. To satisfy the demands of the modern consumer, Lamborghini has graced us with the Urus, an SUV with sports car guts. Packed with a bi-turbo V8 capable of producing 650 horsepower along with what Lamborghini claims is the best power-to-weight ratio for an SUV on the market, this family-friendly ride can really fly. Sharp edges remind us of the glory days of Lamborghini and interior appointments feel very much of the moment, with three screens, wood accents, and contrast stitching on supple leather. It is a Lambo, however, so the Urus will run you $200,000 when it hits showrooms.