Lamborghini Urus off-road package details revealed
Italian exotic car manufacturer Lamborghini has revealed an off-road package for the Urus SUV. And this, according to Lamborghini, makes the Urus easy to handle in every road condition, and on different terrains and surfaces. The off-road package on the Urus is not just about beefed up looks but functional elements that indeed make it distinct compared to the regular offering. Lamborghini has not mentioned the prices of the off-road package which we believe would be on a made-to-order basis.
The Lamborghini Urus off-road package comes equipped with steel reinforcement on the bumpers with stainless steel skid plates and brushed steel tailpipes. These additions offer proved robustness, a higher approach and departure ramp angles, both of which should be useful in taking your Urus SUV off road. The roof rails that come with this package can help mount a canoe or a bike of even skiing and snowboarding equipment. Also, using the off-road package, the Lamborghini Urus SUV can be lifted further, increasing the overall vehicle height by 90mm and the max ground clearance up to 248mm. The higher approach angle of 27.9 degrees and departure angle of 28.3 degrees with the vehicle positioned at its maximum height paired with the metal underbody protection claims to offer better off-road driving potential on steep slopes and over obstacles. The Lamborghini off-road package rides on lightweight forged Asterope 21-inch alloys with all-terrain tyres. Lastly, it also offers a washing package with advanced cleaning of windshield, the headlamps and the rear view camera to offer better visibility while driving on such surfaces.
Additionally, there are two driving modes. The SABBIA mode is for driving on dunes, sand or gravel surfaces while TERRA permits maximum obstacle overtake for improved safety even on difficult and rough off-road surfaces. Powering the 2018 Lamborghini SUV is a specially-developed 4.0 litre twin-turbo V8 that has no resemblance with the one offered in the Bentley Continental GT and the Flying Spur. This motor equipped with variable valve timing and cylinder deactivation, makes 650PS at 6,000rpm and generates 850Nm of torque at 2,250rpm. All of that power is sent to the four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.
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