Do you remember the record run of the updated Lamborghini Urus? Now this crossover is presented officially, and it was named Lamborghini Urus Performante. Lamborghini usually uses this word to designate its “charged” models (no matter how strange it sounds in this case), and it can be stated that the Urus crossover does not betray the rules. And it is immediately noticeable!
After all, the Lamborghini Urus Performante received modified aerodynamics: a front bumper splitter, a rear wing, side extensions – these details not only change the appearance, but also add 25 mm of length. By the way, the new exterior elements are made of carbon, this material can also be used for the hood and roof (option). In general, it turns out that the Lamborghini Urus Performante crossover is once again the record holder – in the amount of carbon used for SUV cars. Maybe it’s important for someone…
But what is definitely important for all Lamborghini fans is the good sound. Everything should be fine here, because the Lamborghini Urus Performante crossover is distinguished by a sports exhaust system. Other noticeable changes include lowered sports suspension (-20 mm ground clearance), widened track (+16 mm), original wheels (22 or 23 inches), semi-slick Pirelli tires.
Of course, increased engine power: from now on, the V8 with two turbines produces 675 “horses” and 850 Nm of torque – these are also record figures for the Urus model line. Acceleration to “hundred” takes only 3.3 seconds, stopping takes 32.9 meters, maximum speed reaches 306 km/h.
In addition, the car received an additional RALLY control mode: as the developers promise, “for maximum fan control.” Other driving modes – SPORT, CORSA, STRADA – are also preserved. The switch on the center console of the interior is responsible for their selection. By the way, it’s also modified: just look at the yellow stitching, seat belts, and the Performante logo.
Now tell me frankly, would you like a Lamborghini Urus Performante? Let’s forget about money for a moment and talk only about emotions. So – yes or no?