This is not its most impressive skill, as it can do all that using the same basics as the Volkswagen Touareg. Not only the German crossover is based on the construction of the MLB Evo but also the Audi Q7 and Q8, the Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe, and the Bentley Bentayga. However, the Urus is the sportiest of the bunch.
In the pre-elevated version, the one in front of the S and Performante with their diabolical 666 ps (657 hp/490 kW), the Lamborghini Urus was (and still is) enjoying 650 horsepower or 641 brake horsepower/478 kilowatts at 6,000 rpm. The 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 can be revved to 6,800 rpm and produce 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque, a figure that has remained the same in the latest iteration.
An automatic transmission from ZF with eight gears provides everything for the all-wheel drive system. The Urus has a slightly slipping center differential and variable torque distribution, and it’s very quick for such a big boy. The official sheet shows 3.6 seconds from 0 to 100 kph (0 to 62 mph), almost the same as the iconic Ferrari Enzo, 12.8 seconds to 200 kph (124 mph) from zero, and 305 kph (190 mph) top speed. .
As everyone and their grandmother knows, countless Lamborghini Urus have fallen victim to the tuning virus over the years. The same goes for the example shown above, which came from Roadshow International with a few new features that make it stand out in a sea of foreign crossovers. The most interesting thing is the Satin Barbie fabric, as the tuner calls it, a color that can also be seen on the two-tone alloys and brake calipers behind them.
Roadshow International says the car has also received a few other goodies, such as a gloss black accent package, fog lamps and large window tint all around. It may look like it has a few aftermarket touches on the front and back and a few other add-ons here and there, but it doesn’t, barring a factory rose upgrade.
Inside, it offers a combination of orange and black; From what we can tell, it’s a bone stock there. The same goes for the engine, which continues to make 650 horsepower. This ride appears to be for sale, and you’ll have to check with Roadshow to find out how much it costs, as they haven’t said anything about pricing in the social media post embedded below.