2021 Lamborghini Urus gets additional colours and features with Pearl Capsule package
When you are driving around in a Lamborghini Urus, there's hardly a probability that one could not notice you. But then you can't take chances, right? Enter the 2021 Lamborghini Urus, which gets additional vibrant colours and more features. And all of that comes at a price, which is said to be Rs 30-35 lakh more over the previous iteration, making the Urus price at Rs 3.45 Crore ex-showroom
Created by Lamborghini's Centro Stile design department, the Pearl Capsule package offers a choice of three bright colours with a two-tone treatment, namely Giallo Inti, Arancio Borealis and Verde Mantis in combination with high gloss black roof, rear diffuser, spoiler lip and other details, mentions the supercar manufacturer. To break it down for all, the above mentioned three shades are Lamborghini speak for Yellow, Orange and Green. These solid shades, in addition to the body, are also seen on the brake callipers and the outer line of the 23-inch rims. Lamborghini has also added more colours to the regular model called the Grigio Keres and matte shades of white, grey, blue and black. Even with so many options, Lamborghini mentions that yellow and grey have always been the two popular choices for Urus customers.
The inside of this super SUV too gets a two-tone treatment with a generous use of the striking shade on the seats, dash, trims on the door, central console and the cupholders. To make it more special, Lamborghini has sprinkled it with carbon fiber and black anodised aluminium details.One can also opt for the fully-electric seat features airy perforated Alcantara for exceptional comfort, confirmed Lamborghini.
As far as the update in the features list goes, Lamborghini has given a new key design, and the updated optional Parking Assistance Package with park assist that will automatically park the car by managing the steering, throttle as well as brake and claims to do both parallel as well as perpendicular parking. Optional equipment includes a new premium Sensonum sound system, featuring a 730 W amplifier and 17 speakers.
Starts Rs 3 Crore
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