Last March, the Lamborghini Urus set a new top speed record at the Days of Speed event on top of frozen Lake Baikal. The Lambo Urus set the 1,000-meter record by garnering a top speed of 185.17 mph (298 km/h) and an average speed from a standing start of 70.84 mph (114 km/h), highly impressive given the icy and slippery track conditions.
Piloted by Russian racing driver and 18-time record-holder Andrey Leontyev, the Lamborghini Urus was nothing short of exceptional despite the frigid weather and strong wind gusts.
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