The Lamborghini Urus is arriving at rental fleets all over the world, but it’s not exactly a cheap car to rent.
Owning an Urus is expensive. Starting price for Lamborghini’s first SUV is around $200,000, and any customizations will easily push that price near $250,000 or more. An SUV that costs more than some houses isn’t exactly a price that lends itself to impulse purchasing.
But what about renting an Urus? The SUV is just now arriving at rental fleets all across the globe which should allow the common people to get behind the wheel of the fastest SUV ever made. However, that price is also a tad on the high side.
We begin our tour of Urus rentals in London, where the SUV has arrived at EV Hire, an exotic performance and luxury car rental service. Among its august company is the Tesla Model X P100D (£270 per day), the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 (£595 per day), and the Ferrari 488 GTB (£1,054).
The Lamborghini Urus can be had for a low price of just £995 per day, or roughly $1,300.
Stangely, EV Hire also has an age limit of 28 for most of their cars, except for the Rolls-Royce Wraith which is 30 and the Tesla Model X at 25.
According to a video from Supercars of London, EV Hire is the first place in the world where you can rent an Urus. But a quick search on Google reveals that’s not exactly the case.
Here’s a place in Geneva where you can rent an Urus for 3,000 € for 3 days. Here’s one in Los Angeles that doesn’t list the price (but as the saying goes, if you have to ask you probably can’t afford it), and another in Miami for $1,995.00. Plus additional charges per mile, of course.
But if you want in the driver’s seat of a 4.0-L twin-turbo V8-powered Lambo with all-wheel-drive and a zero-to-sixty time of just 3.6 seconds, two grand might be a lot cheaper than outright buying the car. Just don’t crash it--insurance is probably murder on a Lambo.