The Urus is Lamborghini’s second endeavor at a SUV, the original, the LM002, lovingly nicknamed the Rambo Lambo, has been formally ousted by a SUV that looks not for Rambo hostility, but instead Lamborghini speed and control, with the capacity to execute as a daily driver. With that vision, Lamborghini has created an exceptional vehicle in the Urus and one that has officially influenced automotive history.
Taking part in the structural language of the brand’s Aventador model, its styling is sharp and intense, and underneath its sharp outside you’ll find a vehicle that has come to change what we knew about SUV’s and autos. It benefits from all that made its cousins, the Audi Q7and the Q8 extraordinary, yet with the Lamborghini soul, it pushes into its very own class.
|Type||V8 4.0 litres|
|Power||650 hp @ 6,000 rpm (485 kW)|
|Torque||627 lb·ft @ 2,250 – 4,500 rpm (850 N·m)|
|DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT|
|Power to weight ratio||220.0 W/kg|
|0-100 km/h||3.6 s|
|Braking distance||110.5 ft|
Engines, Ride, and Handling
The twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 makes for a savage 641 horsepower, with a 0-60mph time of under 3 seconds. It’s all wheel drive framework and an eight-speed automatic transmission pair to empower that stunning speed. Lamborghini clocked the Urus at a top speed of 190 mph. The Urus is an athletic vehicle through and through. Sharp, snappy controlling, and the trademark Lamborghini speed makes it a high utility vehicle that gives no pause to throwing you back in your seat. The standard carbon-ceramic brakes implies that the Urus can take you to a stop with as much ease as it’ll take you to 190mph.
Interior and Technology
Lamborghini treats its Urus driver to a striking and amazing interior plan that will constantly remind them they are in a vehicle built for power and speed. The Urus, similar to the majority of Lamborghini’s present contributions, includes a series of drive modes, which change the suspension so as to improve the vehicle’s ability to execute in any driving conditions. The off-road package gives the driver access to three additional modes, which means the six modes included are Strada (road), Sport, Corsa (track), Terra (dirt), Sabbia (sand), and Neve (snow). The infotainment system is copied straight out of an Audi and has the same advantages including its cutting edge utility and ease of use that Audi has built into all of its options.