The Lamborghini Urus is offered in 2 variants namely Pearl capsule, V8. The cheapest Lamborghini Urus variant is the V8 which has a price tag of Rs. 3.15 Cr while the most expensive variant is the Lamborghini Urus Pearl capsule which commands a price of Rs. 3.43 Cr.
Lamborghini Urus is a 5 seater SUV with a mileage of 7.87 KMPL depending upon it’s transmission and fuel type. Urus’s 8 cylinder, 3996 cc, V8 bi-turbo engine can generate 650PS@6000rpm power and 850Nm@2250-4500rpm torque. It has a fuel tank capacity of 75 Litres L.
This SUV car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), ASR / Traction Control, Automatic Headlamps, Central Locking, EBA (Electronic Brake Assist), EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), ESP (Electronic Stability Program), Hill Assist, ISOFIX (Child-Seat Mount), 8 Number of Airbags, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System from safety point of view.
From Comfort perspective, Urus have Adjustable steering, Glove Box Cooling, Cruise Control, Distance to Empty display, Digital Fuel level guage, Analogue + Digital Instrument Console, Keyless Entry, Multifunction Display, Multifunction Steering Wheel Multifunction Steering Wheel, Navigation System, Odometer, Paddle Shifters, Yes& with memory Powered Seats, Power Steering, All Windows Power Windows, Rain Sensing Wipers, Audio Controls Rear Amrest, Driver’s seat heigth adjust, Digital Speedometer, Start / Stop Button, Tachometer.
Performance of Urus is backed by a 8 Speed Automatic transmission and AWD (All Wheel Drive) configuration.
Exterior and Design
Lamborghini Urus has every bit of the supercar DNA with all those chiseled creases and in-your-face styling. The SUV flaunts flared wheel arches with body claddings all around and massive 23-inch wheels (largest in its segment) wrapped in bespoke Pirellis. Moreover, the Urus gets the biggest brakes ever fitted on a production SUV.
Interior and Features
The Urus SUV gets everything that one could expect from a Lamborghini. Although highly customisable, the cabin is sporty and functional. There are two digital screens on the centre console, while instrument cluster is all-digital too. The fighter-jet-style ANIMA drive selector has five driving modes – Strada, Sport, Corsa, Sabbia (sand), Terra (land), and Neve (snow). Of these, the last three are seen for the first time in a car from Sant’Agata Bolognese. Although the Urus is a proper four-seater, the SUV can be had with a five-seat configuration as well with 18-way adjustable seats, ISOFIX, and sunroof. The Urus has a 616 litres boot space which can be extended to 1,596 litres.