The Lamborghini Urus The Lamborghini Urus

Best features of the Lamborghini Urus SUV

The Lamborghini Urus is the Italian supercar brand’s first-ever SUV! Even though it may look like a mid-size SUV from the outside, this new model has plenty of hidden features that make it stand out from its competitors.

Lamborghini’s first-ever SUV is powered by a 657 HP V8 twin-turbo engine that can reach a maximum speed of 191 mph(306 kmh).

The Lamborghini Urus
Lamborghini Urus: The world’s first Super Sport Utility Vehicle

The car also comes with six different drive modes (NEVE, TERRA, SABBIA, STRADA, SPORT and CORSA), which enables drivers to adapt to any road conditions or driving style with ease.

With so many features packed into such an unusual design, let’s take a closer look at the interior and exterior features of the Lamborghini Urus. All this SUV goodness will come with a $221,506 MSRP price tag (see the brand’s website for exact cost of the car with the standard features and available options)

1. Exterior Features

Best features of the Lamborghini Urus SUV
The Lamborghini Urus’ exterior is a standout among all super luxurious SUVs

The Urus’ exterior features a design that has been inspired by Lamborghini’s history of designing super sports cars. However, this new SUV also comes with a few unique design elements that have never been seen on any Lamborghini models before it.

One of the most eye-catching exterior features of the Lamborghini Urus is the large carbon fibre rear wing. The wing has been designed to improve the SUV’s aerodynamics, but it also comes with a pair of integrated lights that can be used as turn signals.

The Urus also has a set of 20-inch alloy wheels that are wrapped in tires that are up to 35% larger than the average ones used on regular SUVs. The car’s oversized wheels and tires allow it to have a lower ground clearance so it can go off-road.

The Urus has a massive bonnet that is only interrupted by a set of Lamborghini’s iconic scissor doors. This design allows the Urus’ doors to open up higher than conventional SUVs, which makes it easier to climb in and out of the car.

2. Interior Features

The Lamborghini Urus' interior can optioned to the heart's content
The Lamborghini Urus’ interior can be optioned to the heart’s content

The interior features a design that is a mixture of old Lamborghini super sports car designs with modern SUV technology.

The SUV’s dash is split into three main parts:

  1. The centre console
  2. The instrument cluster
  3. and the infotainment system.

The centre console holds the gear selector, the gearbox’s parking brake, and a few buttons that can be used to control the car’s climate control system. The Urus’ gearbox has a 10-speed transmission that enables the car to achieve an average fuel economy of about 18.5 mpg.

Best features of the Lamborghini Urus SUV
The Lamborghini Urus SUV has 6 modes: NEVE, TERRA, SABBIA, STRADA, SPORT and CORSA

The SUV’s instrument cluster features a digital screen that can be used to show a variety of information, including average fuel economy, current engine temperature, and other driving statistics.

The car’s infotainment system comes with a 15.4-inch display screen that can be used to access the car’s navigation system, radio, and other entertainment features.

3. Safety Features

Best features of the Lamborghini Urus SUV
The Urus comes with anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), and electronic stability control (ESC) and more safety features

The Urus has a full-length carbon fibre safety cage that has been designed to protect occupants in the event of a crash. The car’s safety cage also helps to keep the Urus’ weight to a minimum so that it can have a better fuel economy.

The SUV’s safety features also include a set of active and passive safety systems. The car comes with an anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), and electronic stability control (ESC).

The Urus also has a few active safety systems that are designed to prevent crashes. The car has a blind spot monitoring system, a cross-traffic monitoring system, and a rear-end collision warning system.

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