Sep 28, 2021 at 3:35 pm ET
A refreshed version of the Lamborghini Urus is under growth. We’ve seen examination cars out testing previously, concealing its upgraded layout under tight-fitting camouflage. Nonetheless, it doesn’t hide every one of the crossover’s design information. A new video from the Varryx YouTube network captures one Urus Evo testing alongside a current version, which made discerning their small differences quite simple.
The Lamborghini’s mid-cycle refresh is expected to provide the version overhauled fascias coupled with other small updates, and also the new video clip highlights those differences. At the front, the grille as well as intake openings obtain a new treatment with simpler straight slats and also brand-new intake slats outside of the bumper. There are extra significant modifications at the back, though it’s still a refined upgrade. The back bumper has a brand-new form that transforms the layout of the electrical outlet vents located at the rear of the rear quarter panel.
The video clip catches both the present Urus and also the Evo variant accelerating, though it’s difficult to identify if they appear identical or different. The Urus Evo appears ever-so-slightly throatier than the other, though absolutely nothing is certain. Last week, video recorded a Urus fitted with microphones videotaping its very own exhaust note, meaning something different under its hood, though the business might have been measuring any variety of points.
The upgraded Urus is anticipated to continue making use of the exact same twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 that’s currently powering the version. It produces 641 horsepower (478 kilowatts) as well as 628 pound-feet (848 Newton-meters) of torque. Lamborghini isn’t anticipated to make any kind of significant adjustments to the powertrain, though a couple of software updates could tweak how points run under the hood. The inside could likewise get a couple of tweaks, like an updated infomercial system or other small adjustments. Lamborghini hasn’t revealed when we will certainly see the new Urus, though it’s reported to arrive for the 2022 model year in Europe before going worldwide.