Lamborghini Urus vs Aston Martin DBX! [On and Off Road]

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Lamborghini Urus vs Aston Martin DBX! [On and Off Road]

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48 Comments

  1. Love the content Sam 🫡✨🌝 literally made my day , ps all the way from South Africa 🇿🇦 you need to comeback if the Britain weather does not improve after your Australian visit

  2. Love the video. I find it funny that these are SUVS yet you have to have 2 people watch it get over the smallest rock. I’d have a range rover SVR any day

  3. I really struggle with the concept of any suv unless you ACTUALLY want to go offroad, in which case buy a Land Cruiser. Everyone else should get estates, audi allroad or XC Volvos are often more capable anyway.

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  4. Great video as always Sam! As an Aston sales person I am biased but can go on for a while why I think the DBX is better. On the normal car, the sports exhaust is essential. As well, the DBX707 is more of a competitor on performance with the Urus than the normal car

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  5. Mate, I think the concept of a super SUV actually makes a lot of sense!! Let’s face it, Huracans, Aventadors or any 2-seater Aston… see racetracks as often as an SUV goes offroad. These super SUVs allow you to do what you actually do with the other supercars (drive around with you mates, do some spirited driving, make some noise, etc.) with the added bonus that you can carry more people, you can easily go on road trips and the fact that your significant other will actually like the shape of it, which makes it easier to justify.

    Plus remember, it doesn’t have to be your ONLY car, these people might as well have a Porsche GT4 for when they want to hit the track, so what’s the big deal?

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    2. Mate ! I currently have a Cayenne Turbo GT , X5 M and a Bentayga S plus a load of 911.2 & 922 (6 in total) I can buy anything I want. DBX is still UGLY

    3. SUVs are more like to roll over in a crash than hatchbacks, minivans or estates as the center of gravity is higher in an SUV. As the entire body of the car is higher than normal cars, the headlights are often higher as well which leads to SUV drivers blinding most other people on the road. Some people argue that getting in and out of SUVs is easier. Well, as the seating position in a minivan is pretty much identical to SUVs, there is at least an alternative. SUVs are meant to have offroad capabilities. But almost no SUV owners take their SUV offroad or even buy it for that reason. And to be honest, any allroad version of an estate (e.g. Passat alltrack, A6 allroad, E-Class all-terrain etc.) will be as capable offroad as the typical SUV. The handling of an SUV is worse than other cars because of that high enter of gravity.
      So yeah, SUVs don’t seem to make very much sense to me I must admit. But the opinion that “a super SUV makes sense” seems completely wrong to me.

      You take a “practical type of car” with “offroad capabilities” that doesn’t make much sense in the first place. Then you add a lot of power, lower it and give it a firm ride to somehow rescue what’s left of the “handling”. What you end up with is a heavy, uncomfortable car with lots of power and some practicality in terms of usable interior space. All of that effort to mimic a type of car which has been designed specifically for its job: A sportscar!

      Let’s face it: Super SUVs are the pinnacle of automotive stupidity. If you want a practical and sporty car, go for sporty estates or limousines. Your C or E-Class AMG, RS4 or RS6, BMW M5 or M3, the choice is yours.

      But calling super SUVs anything close to “sensible” is just… not right in my eyes. But each to their own!

    4. Ah sorry, one last thing: I forgot to include prices for the VWs. If you set the prices into relation with the point-ranking in one of my previous comments, you’d get the following results:
      – Golf = 1st place & lowest price
      – Passat = 2nd place and second lowest price
      – Touran = 3rd place and highest price
      – Tiguan = 4th place and second highest price

      Things become very interesting when you set price and loading capacity into relation and compare the Tiguan to the Touran:
      – Touran: 18,31€ per liter of loading capacity
      – Tiguan: 20,24€ per liter of loading capacity

    5. I agree! SUVs are the overall most practical cars to own anyway, and safer too, the fact that you can have what an Aventador offers but with the practicality of more space and comfort, its the perfect end product and the best of both worlds! I love it

    1. @amapolishplummer would you stop, it’s an 800hp car and he’s a decent driver that lane changing was basic level stuff for a car like that, and he done it safely, indicators or not

    2. @PJ Adamsonit’s never about whether or not the super car can handle the maneuver. It almost always can. It’s about being on public roads and not having atcontrol over what everyone else will do or how they’ll react or them not expecting someone to be going that fast or doing those things because they’re dangerous and illegal and most cars on the road can’t perform like that.

  6. Great video Sam! Taking the Urus and the DBX off-roading is amazing to watch. The highlight of the video for me was when Josh did a drift with the Urus on dirt. Great video.

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  7. Better comparison would be with a DBX 707. I would take that over that Lambo Touareg any day. If you’re talking about “what Aston owners use the car for” (not driving dynamics), then you forget to mention it has class leading interior space and boot space and is far more comfortable than a Urus. So I don’t entirely agree when you say the problem is with “the rest of the car”, that’s an over generalisation. The reason you can figure out the Urus more easily is because it’s in the VW group and therefore has basically the same tech in as an average VW. I think the Aston is just as good as the Lambo at being a fast SUV but better at being an every day road car. It has more breadth of ability

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  8. Loved this video Sam! Such a fun one to watch. Highlight had to have been the Senna at the start though 🙂

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  9. Watching these guys drive offroad is pretty hilarious. Considering they’re from Australia I expected more confidence. It was like watching pretty models complain their fingernails were dirty.

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  10. More technical insight please Sam!!! 🙏🏼 it’s fun chatting about which one you liked, however respectfully, I feel like I know as much as I did about these cars prior to watching… which is very little! Fun video all the same buddy!

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  11. Try to drive a DBX 707 Sam, I’m sure that one will change your mind. But the Urus is definitely a great all-rounder right out of the box in base spec.

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