Italian supercar manufacturer, Lamborghini, launched its all new SUV Urus in India on Thursday. This is the first SUV that the company has launched in the country. Overall, this is the second SUV launched in the world, the first one being Lamborghini LM002.
The company launched the supercar globally on December 4, 2017 at Sant’Agata in Italy. This is the first time any supercar from Lamborghini has been launched in India within a month of the global launch. The Indian launch took place 38 days after the global launch of the beast.
The Urus is priced at Rs 3 crore as an ex-showroom price in the Indian markets and will most probably flash on road from the second quarter of 2018 or in 2019. The bookings for the super beast have already begun in the Indian market.
The Urus draws its supremacy from a 4.0-litre V8 twin turbo engine with a maximum power of 650 Horse Power at a rate of 6,000 rpm. The supercar gives a maximum torque of 850 Nm at a rate of 2,250-4,500 rpm.
In reference with its performance, the Urus goes from 0-100 kmph in 3.6 seconds and gives a maximum speed of 305 km/h. The supercar goes from 0-200 kmph in 12.8 seconds. This makes the Urus the worldâ€™s fastest SUV produced until now.
The engine of Urus gets an all-wheel drive system which provides power to all its wheels, whether full-time or on-demand, that adds off-road capabilities to the vehicle. It also gets multiple driving modes, one of which is termed Ego, that offers the freedom to customise the car to wanted requirements.
The supercar comes with an adaptive air suspension system which helps the Urus to adapt to in every driving situation. The wheel base of the car ends at 3,003 mm.
The cutting exterior design with multiple souls like sporty, elegant, and off-road makes the Lamborghini Urusâ€™ appearance and masculine, strong and self-secure, while the mixed tyres give a super sports car look.
The front bonnet comes with centre peak and cross lines on the rear door. The supercarâ€™s design is inspired by the first SUV of Lamborghini LM002 with a power dome showing the position of the engine and the diagonal lines, while the design for the frameless doors are inspired by Marcello Gandini.