Has Rear Wheel Steering and Torque Vectoring
Rear wheel steering, or active four-wheel steering, was pioneered by Honda in the 1980s. The benefits are numerous, including an improvement in turning circles and high-speed stability. Lamborghini took their rear wheel system from the Aventador S and adapted it to fit the Urus. At 11 seconds into this video, you can see the system in action.
Engineers have also incorporated active torque vectoring, which according to their press release, enables “propulsive power to be instantly distributed to each individual wheel for enhanced traction, depending on the driving mode, driving style, and the road grip. Torque vectoring also provides additional steering control: less steering effort is required, with enhanced agility allowing higher cornering speeds and a more sporty drive.”