With Lamborghini next in line to drop a super-SUV in our laps, these digitalized pics definitely help us better picture the Urus concept as a production-ready rich people hauler.

If you recall, the concept featured cameras instead of door mirrors and buttons instead of door handles, two issues that have been rectified here - as have the irregularly large 24" wheels that might turn out to be over the top for a standard feature, even for a Lamborghini buyer. 

According to Lamborghini, once their SUV does arrive in 2018, annual production is expected to hit 7,000 units. Its rumored $200,000 price tag would make it just $40,000 more expensive than the Cayenne Turbo S, which might seem like a lot to most people, but something tells us plenty of customers would rather have a Lamborghini SUV over the $229,000 Bentley Bentayga.