Lamborghini Urus S coming to hit the streets, launch next month

New Delhi. Lamborghini is all set to launch the Urus S in India on 13th April. The carmaker currently only has the Urus Performante on sale in India, which costs Rs 4.22 crore (ex-showroom). The comfort-based Urus S is likely to be priced lower than the Performante.

The Urus S will be launched globally in September 2022, as Lamborghini replaces the outgoing Urus S from its line-up with the Urus S Performante and the Urus S.

Lamborghini Urus S Styling
The Lamborghini Urus S is similar but slightly different from the Performante. Both these models share the same design and shape and there is nothing fundamentally different between them. However, the Urus S gets a single-tone bonnet with cooling vents as opposed to the dual-tone bonnet available on the Urus Performante. Lamborghini has also incorporated some design changes in the front and rear bumpers of the Urus S.

The same treatment continues to the interiors of the Urus S; While there are no significant design changes, there is a change in the materials used. However, globally Lamborghini offers customers the Ad Persona program, which allows them to personalize their vehicle. This includes subtle details like choosing the color and even the type of seam stitching for the interior. We expect Lamborghini to bring this program to the Indian market as well for the Urus S.

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Lamborghini Urus S Engine, Transmission, Suspension
Lamborghini shares the same engine with the Urus S Performante – a 666hp, 4.0-litre, V8 twin-turbo petrol engine which is also shared by the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, albeit in a different state of tune. The 666 horses are sent to all four wheels through an 8-speed torque converter gearbox and the 0-100kph time for the Urus S has been reduced from 3.6 to 3.5 seconds.

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The main difference between the Urus Performante and the S is the suspension. With the performance-oriented Performante, Lamborghini decided to ride it on lowered, fixed coil springs. However, since the Urus S is more comfort-oriented, the car sits on adaptive air suspension just like the first iteration of the Urus. It also sees the return of several traction-control modes that were not offered on the Performante. The traction control modes that the Urus S will get are Sabbia, Nave and Terra (Sand, Snow and Mud) apart from Trada, Sport and Corsa (Street, Sport and Track). While the Urus Performante gets a single ‘Rally’ mode.

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