Lamborghini is preparing a new version of the Urus


Lamborghini hints that an updated variant of the Urus is on the way. It is not yet known exactly whether the new version of the SUV will be a plug-in hybrid model or not.

Lamborghini has already confirmed that two new versions of the Urus will be revealed this year. One of these will be the 2023 Evo facelift model. He recently set a new record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Lamborghini Urus broke Bentley Bentayga’s record.

This is probably the very model that is in this teaser. Lamborghini published a video on its official Twitter page. The 15-second video doesn’t reveal much. We are given some shots of a bedroom floating above the Earth and the view from outside a high-rise apartment. Cramps with the new Urus appear only twice. The first shows the SUV’s tachometer, while the second shows the car going through a wall.

The Lamborghini Urus could become a hybrid

If the Urus in question is indeed the Evo, then we know it will have a tuned version of the 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8. It has been updated to produce more than the current model’s 641 PS and 850 Nm. No huge power gains are expected as it’s just a facelift. However, we’re sure customers will be happy to feel a bit more power under their right foot. A number of visual changes are also expected. This will include a more streamlined front end and some minor changes at the back, including tweaks to the speaker.

As for the plug-in hybrid version of the Lamborghini Urus, which is in development, it is expected to combine the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with electric motors. Thus, the total power could jump by 800 horsepower. All-electric driving mode is also expected.

Source: Carscoops


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