A refreshed version of the Lamborghini Urus has been found undergoing cold-weather testing in the Arctic Circle ahead of its introduce later in 2022.
While the updated Urus seen testing at the Nurburgring last year used heavy camouflage, this prototype is practically undisguised, providing a much clearer look at Lamborghini’s styling revisions.
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The Aston Martin DBX rival has gained a new front bumper including a number of moderate revisions. The fork-shaped intakes are gone, as well as Lamborghini has changed the old egg-crate radiator grille for a easier design. The outer air ducts have been reworked too, developing a pair of triangles that point inwards.
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Below, there’s a fresh splitter, as well as above, a pair of new bonnet vents can be seen. At the other end of the car, there’s one more new bumper that features vents behind the rear wheel arches.
We’re yet to see the updated SUV’s interior, however we expect it’ll get some retrimmed seats, a modified sports steering wheel as well as an updated infotainment system. all of the upgrades ought to likewise bring an boost over the present car’s £160,000 starting price.
When the Urus was revealed back in 2017, Lamborghini hinted that a plug-in hybrid version was in the pipeline. The car’s mid-cycle revitalize would be the suitable time to introduce the new powertrain, however according to Lamborghini’s new electrification plan, the brand’s very first plug-in hybrid car won’t show up up until 2023, so it’s likely to find a bit after the mid-life update.
As the Urus shares its platform with the Porsche Cayenne, Lamborghini would likely handle the twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 system utilized by the Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. That system would provide the Urus a supercar-baiting 671bhp as well as 900Nm of torque, while dropping its CO2 emissions to around 90g/km.
The present car’s 650bhp twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 will online on – although it stays to be seen whether Lamborghini’s engineers will tap even much more performance from the unit, in the exact same method they did with the facelifted Huracan supercar.
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