What happens when you take luxury SUVs like Lamborghini Urus, Rolls Royce Cullinan and Bentley Bentayga for off-roading? Check it out here!
SUVs are meant for spirited driving and also taking it off-road. While the original idea stands for that, many cars now cannot be taken off-roading or are just suitable for mild off-roading, but are still called SUVs. What happens when you try off-roading with the costliest luxury SUVs of the world? Let’s find out!
The list includes a lot of cars like Rolls Royce Cullinan, Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus and Porsche Cayenne. All are loaded up with many off-roading features but no one has ever taken them off the roads. The first one up here is the Cullinan, which can be seen going through water wading tests, crossing a river and much more.
Then there’s a scene where it follows the trail path of Jeep Wrangler, going through the slushy roads. It is also seen doing hardcore dune bashing and drifting in the snow. Then next up, is the Bentley Bentayga which first goes through steep hill descent, managing to evade scrapping its bottom.
Then the Bentley also does wheel articulation tests, driving through slushy roads and surviving on the worst roads ever. Followed by that, we have Audi SUVs including Q7 and Q3 and a lot more. If you are looking for the Urus, then you should skip to the end where it can be seen doing rock climbing, snow drifting and a lot more.
Usually, these cars are capable of some level of off-roading, however, they are so costly that their owners avoid it. Who would want to lose a bumper of a Cullinan or Urus while off-roading? They have the driving modes, traction control and even 4WD/AWD configurations, but 99% of the time, you will find them on the road.