Lamborghini Urus SUV Makes Its Way to India, All Sold Out For 2018

The first-ever SUV from Lamborghini shares its platform with Porsche Cayenne. 

Published
Car and Bike
2 min read
Lamborghini Urus has undergone design changes. 
i

Lamborghini’s first-ever SUV has now entered the Indian market with a price tag of Rs 3 crore (ex-showroom). The company claims that all orders for 2018 have been booked, and anyone else willing to shell out the money will have to wait.

The Lamborghini Urus made its global debut last month, and the brand has been quick to bring the SUV to our shores, showing the importance of India as a market for the Italian automobile maker.

The team at Lamborghini slogged it out for four years to design the Urus, which is also the company’s first SUV and is claimed to be the fastest in its segment as well.

The broad front grille adds to the bulging presence of the Urus. 
The broad front grille adds to the bulging presence of the Urus. 
(Photo Courtesy: Lamborghini)

Urus shares its platform with other SUVs from the Volkswagen Group, ie, Porsche Cayenne and Bentley Bentayga, among others. Staying true to its ‘supercar’ heritage, Lamborghini Urus gets a coupe-styled design, but offers more space than its regular features.

The falling roofline of the Urus, interacts with the middle end, cornering around the tail lamp. 
The falling roofline of the Urus, interacts with the middle end, cornering around the tail lamp. 
(Photo Courtesy: Lamborghini)

This seven-seater SUV packs a 4-litre, eight cylinder engine that throws 650 HP and 850 Nm torque.

It weighs around 2,200 kilograms and offers an 85-litre fuel tank for long drives. And all this power ensures that the Urus can go from 0 to 100 kmph in 3.6 seconds. It gets a 616-litre boot space, rear-wheel steering system, and comes packed with 440 mm front disc brakes.

Plush interiors of the Lamborghini Urus, combined with the latest technology. 
Plush interiors of the Lamborghini Urus, combined with the latest technology. 
(Photo Courtesy: Lamborghini)

The power in tow is well complemented inside with use of carbon fibre for the dashboard and plush leather seats, giving you the luxury in a super-SUV.

Urus gets a long wheelbase, making it longer than usual. 
Urus gets a long wheelbase, making it longer than usual. 
(Photo Courtesy: Lamborghini)

The fact that Lamborghini has already managed to sell off all the units of Urus shows that the market for high-end supercars in India has evolved in recent times.

(We Indians have much to talk about these days. But what would you tell India if you had the chance? Pick up the phone and write or record your Letter To India. Don’t be silent, tell her how you feel. Mail us your letter at lettertoindia@thequint.com. We’ll make sure India gets your message)

(The Quint is available on Telegram. For handpicked stories every day, subscribe to us on Telegram)

Stay Updated

Subscribe To Our Daily Newsletter And Get News Delivered Straight To Your Inbox.

Join over 120,000 subscribers!