The Beautiful Details of the Insane Lamborghini Mom Car Patrick Mahomes Gifted His Fiance

With a baby on the way, Kansas City Chiefs player Patrick Mahomes gifted his fiancé a breathtaking Lamborghini. While Brittany Matthews hasn’t posted on her social media the exact specs of her casual present, we are pretty sure it’s a 2021 Lamborghini Urus. This isn’t your everyday mom car.

While Brittany Matthews is clearly excited about her new mom car, she hasn’t been extremely forthcoming about exactly what model it is or how it’s spec’d. Here’s what we know about the 2021 Lamborghini Urus. While it’s not your everyday family car, here’s what life might be like for Mahomes and Matthews when the baby comes and they are rolling around in the new family whip.

Do any Lamborghini models have four seats?

This famed Italian manufacturer is known for producing bone-rattling two-seater supercars, there is a new model that’s changed the game. And Kansas City Chiefs player Patrick Mahomes put the money he earns from his renowned game into buying an epic mom car for his pregnant fiancé. The 2021 Lamborghini Urus is arguably the most insane mom car on four wheels.

Lamborghini Urus luxury performance SUV on display at Brussels Expo on January 8, 2020, in Brussels, Belgium.
Lamborghini Urus | Sjoerd van der Wal/Getty Images

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While it’s no minivan, we are pretty sure it this budding family will fare well in their new family hauler. It certainly has more cargo space than the average Lambo. Plus, you can actually install a car seat or two in this machine.

For America’s favorite NFL couple right now, the 2021 Lamborghini Urus is the perfect fit. In fact, according to Jalopnik the car seat installation is as simple as can be. While with such a detailed and upscale dash display and gauge cluster clearly shows how different this SUV is from the rest, the child safety seats are easy to click in.

The 2021 Lamborghini Urus costs more than my house

Like many other hard working American families out there, mine is nestled in a practical neighborhood family home. It doesn’t stand out and we couldn’t dream of selling it for a quarter of a million dollars. But for an NFL superstar like Patrick Mahomes, a car that costs more than my house is really no big deal.

Lamborghini Urus interior
Lamborghini Urus interior | Lamborghini

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“The 2021 Lamborghini Urus is extreme in almost every way, which is exactly what’s expected when a legendary supercar maker builds an SUV.”

Car and Driver

The couple feels authentic and humble on their social media outlets. They are the picture of hard work and the American dream. And in America when you make it big, you––humbly––show off by buying an insane car for your soon-to-be wife. At least that’s what Kansas City Chiefs player Patrick Mahomes did.

A supercar SUV that changes every notion we ever had about a mom car

The 2021 Lamborghini Urus––like the one that we presume Mahomes bought for Matthews––breaks through the boundaries of what we thought a Lamborghini could be. With new SUVs entering the market space at rapid speed it is no surprise that this Italian carmaker gave us one in 2019. The Urus, however, is still surprising.

a Lamborghini Urus in historic Italian streets
Lamborghini Urus | Lamborghini

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According to Car and Driver, this supercar SUV starts at $222,004. If you spec it up it’ll cost about $10 grand more. We can only hope that Mahomes went all out with a Pearl Capsule appearance package, right?

The 2021 Lamborghini Urus engine

The Car and Driver review of the Urus gives us a preview of the new mom car that Kansas City Chiefs player Patrick Mahomes gifted Matthews. The 2021 Lamborghini Urus has a twin-turbo V8 engine. This generates up to 641 horsepower. Move over Honda Odyssey, a new family hauler has come to town.

Lamborghini Urus on track
Lamborghini Urus on track | Lamborghini

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This level of family car is reserved for the elite with a high price placed on its sheer decadence and power. Drivers enjoy classic throaty exhaust and the gas-guzzling we’d expect from a car catered to the rich and famous with no need to count dollars at the fuel pump. It’s pure perfection reaching 0 to 60 mph in just over three seconds. And all this while toting around the family and their gear.