TThey 2023 Lamborghini Urus S Revealed with more powerful engine and updated design.
A successor to the current Urus, which has achieved more than “20,000” sales since its launch in 2018, the Urus S offers the same tune as the recently revealed Performante.
It will launch in Australia in the second half of 2023, priced at $409,744 before on-road costs – $17,776 more than the outgoing Urus.
As such, the 4.0-litre twin-turbo petrol V8 now produces 490kW and 850Nm – up 12kW, while torque remains unchanged. It’s mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, with power sent to all four wheels.
Lamborghini claims the Urus S will do 0-100km/h in 3.5 seconds – 0.2 seconds down on the Performante – with a top speed of 305km/h, while the 0-200km/h run will take 12.5 seconds. are
Featuring a retuned exhaust system, the Italian brand says the Urus S has a “more distinct” start-up sound and a sharper note in each of the six drive modes, including a new user-customizable Ego. Mode.
The front bumper has been redesigned, with a similar look to the Performante replacing the previous honeycomb design.
Gloss black, body color and gloss or matte carbon fiber inlays are available, while customization options have improved with the addition of color, trim, wheel, style and special detailing options.
A lightweight carbon fiber roof and bonnet with matte black air vents are optional, helping to keep the Urus S’s curb weight down to around 2,200 kg. Lamborghini hasn’t revealed its weight, but the Performante is 47kg lighter with its carbon fiber components.
Also, the rear bumper has been tweaked, with a gloss black diffuser and new, darker air vents, along with a modified twin-pipe exhaust system available in different colours.
There are also new alloy wheels, with 21- to 23-inch designs in black, titanium or chrome.
The cabin of the Urus S takes inspiration from the Urus Performante, with new two-tone trim options “highlighting the Urus S’s high-performance credentials while delivering exceptional and timeless luxury.”
Expect similar performance, with similar results from the Urus Performante, with the latest hot version setting the record for a production SUV at this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, breaking the Bentley Bentayga’s 2018 record by 17.838 seconds. do
However, it misses out on the Performante’s lower suspension, 16mm wider track, specially designed Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R semi-silk tires and rally drive mode.
As with the outgoing Urus, drive modes include Strada (comfort), Sport and Corsa (race), and a new customizable Ego selection.
gave 2023 Lamborghini Urus S Will arrive in Australia in the second half of next year.