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Lamborghini Urus Pearl Capsule Review: The Bull on Steroids

Welcome, dear reader, to the ultimate review of the Lamborghini Urus, the Italian Stallion that’s decided it doesn’t want to be confined to mere sports car status. Oh no, it wants to crush the SUV market too. Buckle up, because this is going to be one wild ride through the world of the Lamborghini Urus.

The Italian Hulk

The Lamborghini Urus burst onto the scene in 2017, and what you’re feasting your eyes on here is the 2021 first-generation variant. It’s a petrol-only beast, with prices starting at a mere ₹4.20 crore and going up to ₹4.70 crore for the top model. Oh, but wait, there’s more! The used 2021 Urus Pearl Capsule we’re reviewing is priced at ₹5.08 crore. It’s clocked a modest 8,000 km and can be yours from Car Street.

Designed by Superheroes

This masterpiece was brought to life by the dynamic duo of Filippo Perini and Mitja Borkert. Assembled in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, this isn’t just any car; it’s the second SUV from Lamborghini, and it’s ready to tear up the streets and the dirt with a top speed of 305 kmph. It’s one of the fastest SUVs in the world, named after the extinct bull species Aurochs. With over 20,000 units sold, it’s clear this bull has some serious pulling power.

The Platform to Rule Them All

The Urus is built on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Longitudinal Matrix (MLB) Evo platform. If that sounds fancy, it’s because it is. This platform also underpins luxury heavyweights like the Porsche Cayenne, Volkswagen Touareg, Bentley Bentayga, Audi Q8, A8, e-tron, and Q7. In other words, it’s a rock-solid foundation.

Lights, Mirrors, and Action

Lamborghini has equipped the Urus with Y-shaped Full LED adaptive headlights with high beam assist and cornering function. The power-adjustable, power-folding, heated, auto-dimming outside mirrors come with memory, turn indicators, and cameras. The vehicle measures a whopping 5.1 meters in length, 1.6 meters in height, and boasts a ground clearance of 248 mm. You can even opt for a carbon fiber exterior pack if you’re feeling extra fancy.

Wheels and Brakes: Go Big or Go Home

The Urus rolls on massive 23-inch Taigete alloy wheels, though 22-inch alloys are also available. Both front and rear come equipped with carbon ceramic brakes, with black brake calipers (and options for silver, orange, red, yellow, and green). The tires are beefy Pirelli P Zero: 285/35 ZR23 107 Y up front and 325/30 ZR 23 109 Y at the rear. At launch, it boasted the world’s largest carbon ceramic disc brakes.

Colors and Modes Galore

This Verde Mantis Pearl Green beauty is just one of 77 color options, including orange, silver, blue, yellow, black, grey, red, violet, bronze, brown, and even matte finishes. It offers six driving modes: Strada (street), Sport, Corsa (track), Terra (dirt), Sabbia (sand), and Neve (snow). The titanium finish exhaust tail pipes can also be swapped for matte black.

Suspension and Lights

The Urus features adaptive air suspension and multi-link suspension at both ends. The rear sports Y-shaped LED tail lights. Its four-wheel-drive system distributes torque 40% to the front and 60% to the rear, with a Torsen limited-slip central differential and active torque distribution for every driving condition. The rear-wheel steering varies up to ±3 degrees for enhanced agility and maneuverability. It also has heat-insulated glass and a rear-axle active torque-vectoring system for better traction and steering control.

Safety and Connectivity

Despite a recall for some 2019 and 2020 models due to high engine compartment temperatures, the Urus is packed with safety features: ABS, traction control, electronic stability program, anti-theft alarm, tire pressure monitoring system, night vision, roll stabilization system, ISOFIX child seat mounts, parking sensors, central locking, lane departure warning, and crash mitigation.

The connected car technology allows you to access various features via a smartphone app, such as Vehicle Status Report, remote lock/unlock, remote horn/light, car finder, Remote Trip Statistics, Geofencing Alert, speed alert, Stolen Vehicle Locator, Lamborghini Connect Vehicle Tracking System, and Anti-Theft Alarm Notification.

Space and Sound

With a 616-liter boot space that expands to 1,600 liters with the rear seats folded, the Urus is both spacious and luxurious. The Lamborghini Sensonum Premium Sound System features 17 speakers and 730 watts, while a 21-speaker Bang & Olufsen Sound System is also available.

Interior: Luxury Personified

The black-green leather and Alcantara combination upholstery can be swapped for orange, blue, red, yellow, or white. Hexagon-shaped Q-citura stitching offers various color options. This model features bench seats, though 2-seater sport seats are also an option. Ambient lighting, rear seat entertainment screens, and a carbon fiber interior package are all available. The 18-way power-adjustable front seats come with heating, massage, and ventilation functions. The seatbelts are black, with an orange option available.

Tech and Gadgets

The Urus boasts electromechanical power steering, SIM, SD card, and two USB ports. Buttons for the camera, park assist, electric parking, auto hold, and driver assist are all conveniently located. The ANIMA drive mode selector and Tamburo drive controller provide the ultimate driving experience. It features ZF’s 8HP 8-speed automatic transmission, an 8.6-inch touchscreen, four-zone automatic climate control, and the 10.1-inch Lamborghini Infotainment System III, which supports WiFi hotspot, voice command, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, DVD, 3D map navigation, USB, Bluetooth, eSIM, FM, and radio.

Heads-Up Display and More

A head-up display is optional, as is an electro-chromic rearview mirror. The sport leather steering wheel includes controls for the instrument cluster, phone, volume, and voice control. The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster keeps you informed at a glance.

Engine and Performance

Under the hood is a 3996 cc, V8, twin-turbo, FSI petrol engine delivering 641 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque. It rockets from 0 to 100 kmph in just 3.6 seconds and hits 200 kmph in 12.8 seconds, with a top speed of 305 kmph. It averages 7 kmpl and has an 85-liter fuel tank. This engine is a modified version of the Audi 4000 cc V8, also used in the Porsche Cayenne, Panamera, Audi A8, Bentley Continental V8, and Flying Spur.

Conclusion: The Ultimate Rollercoaster

In conclusion, the Lamborghini Urus is like if Hulk Hogan and Tony Stark decided to design a car. It’s big, it’s bold, and it’s filled with enough tech and luxury to make even Batman jealous. If you’ve got a spare ₹5 crore lying around and want to experience the thrill of a supercar with the practicality of an SUV, the Urus is your ride. Just don’t forget to hang on tight—this bull doesn’t play nice.

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