"India is a very strategic market for future growth", said Sharad Agarwal, head, Lamborghini India. The Urus provides easy driving in the city, maximum comfort during long journeys, thrilling super sports vehicle dynamics on the road and track, and versatile off-road abilities in a range of environments.
Attaining 100km/hr in just 3.6 seconds the Urus has a top speed of 305 kmph. Braking is no less impressive: the Urus decelerates from 100 km/h to 0 in 33,7 m. The rear-wheel steering provides increased agility and a reduced turning circle for increased maneuverability.
For getting the desired driving experience, the Urus comes with a host of driving modes to choose from. The Urus also gets six drive modes - apart from the usual Strada, Sport and Corsa, there's Neve (snow), Terra (off-road) and Sabbia (sand), along with Ego, a fully customisable mode.
The overall styling of the Lamborghini Urus takes inspiration from Lamborghin is of the past which includes Countach and the LM002.
Every surface of the Urus clearly contributes to the car's aerodynamic prowess and its Lamborghini super sports auto personality. It also has four-wheel steering with dynamic torque vectoring. The engine is good for max power of 650hp @ 6000rpm and max torque of 850Nm @ 2250-4500rpm. The company is also focusing on the network expansion in order to cater the increasing needs of the buyers.
Urus is not just a practical SUV but a different breed altogether.
Sufficient stopping power has been employed on the Lamborghini Urus to match the big engine. The Urus will be positioned between the Huracan and the Lamborghini Aventador S and is expected to be priced around INR 3 crore (ex-showroom India).
The Lamborghini Urus infotainment system reflects its luxurious and daily usability, and comes with advanced connectivity features.