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Here’s What We Expect From The 2021 Lamborghini Urus

2021 Lamborghini Urus starts with an MSRP of $218,000 and comes with more standard features and 2 new appearance packages

Lamborghini has been the maker of insanely fast and sharp looking cars and has always stuck to being outrageous. Even when the automaker decided to stray into unchartered “SUV” territory, they made sure to be as mental as possible with the outcome.

Lamborghini Urus became the manufacturer’s production SUV to come out after a long gap of 25 years since they tried to woo people over with the muscular LM002. It quite didn’t take off well, but the Urus was a completely different story. The 2021 Lamborghini Urus doesn’t change much on the mechanical front and continues to be the off-beat vehicle that was mad enough to be classified as an SSUV( Super Sports Utility Vehicle)! Lamborghini has, however, bumped on its safety front with more active features and also a cooler new key design that takes inspiration from its twin – the Audi RSQ8.

But the most notable addition is the duo of candy packages on offer – Pearl Capsule and Graphite Capsule which adds a lot of pop to the not-so-subtle looking SUV. It still packs an Audi-sourced V8 that can do wonders of which 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds for an SUV is just the tip! The 2021 Urus continues to take on a rather colorful bunch that includes the likes of Aston Martin DBX, Bentley Bentayga, and the very similar Audi RSQ8.

Pricing And The New Color-Pops In Town

As Lamborghini has not pitched in any new major updates for the 2021 Urus, the pricing also remains unchanged, with a starting MSRP of $218,000. It comes in one well-stacked trim as is the case with all ambitious Lamborghinis. But it adds a lot of fun and “color” with the already available performance, comfort, and aesthetic packages.

The newly added ones are in the form of two very eye-catchy packages. Lamborghini introduced a Pearl Capsule first and was recently followed by a sinister-looking Graphite Capsule Package. While the Pearl ones are loud and go quite well with the over-the-top characteristics of this Lambo, the Graphite ones are the exact opposite that takes the dark route. Apart from these, Lamborghini has also added new standard safety features to give you all the backing needed to hoon this SUV around, even on loose soil.

This 2-Tonner Super-SUV Has A Top Speed Of 190 Mph

Lamborghini has built a mad-machine out of the 2021 Urus. Despite weighing in at 4,850 lbs. ( 2.2 tonnes!), this SUV does 0-60 mph in just 3.1 seconds and has an electronically-limited top speed of 190 mph. These figures make the Urus worthy of the “Raging Bull” logo. The quarter-mile run is also quite appealing with 11.3 seconds, and this SUV can put quite a lot of drag-spec cars to shame.

Its clever AWD system helps this missile to shot with conviction despite its bulky form factor. On the flip side, Lamborghini has also packed the urus with standard carbon-ceramic brakes to give you all the might required to keep things under control. The latest rumor mill is the imminent launch of a track-focused Urus and also an EVO model with even more hardcore performance figures.

Interior Is Straight Out Of A Mothership; Comfy And Futuristic

Lamborghini knows exactly how to tickle our senses and their idea of a spaceship-grade cabin is a testimony to the same. For 2021, there are no major updates on either the comfort or technology front. But to get in line with the newly introduced Capsule editions, the 2021 Urus packs a bunch of refreshing new upholstery color options. It still continues to be a fusion of leather, Alcantara, and wood.

This also happens to be the only Lamborghini currently with comfortable and lavish second-row seating. The rear seats can also be had as bucket seats for that “sporty” passenger experience. On the infotainment side, it again shares and used a themed version of Audi’s famed MMI system called the Lamborghini Infotainment system 3. It packs 3D visualizations and 2 split-screens for a more intuitive user-interface. It packs Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and also gets a sweet 1,700W 21-Speaker B&O Audio system.

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