The Lamborghini’s most selling model Urus has, in many ways, had a widely transformative effect, not just on the horns of Lamborghini but on the supercar market when combined. In 2017 alone, the Urus caused Lamborghini’s sales to surge by over 43 percent 2021. By 2021, Lamborghini had experienced its best sales year ever, largely because of their best-selling model Urus. And when it came to the Indian market, the Urus was, to no one’s surprise, the best-selling supercar brand in the country by a considerable margin.
Moreover, the Urus Performante has proved that wasn’t the case. Because the raging bull still had a few key hitches to make to its hyper-SUV — a quieter, hybrid model is due to arrive in India by the end of the next quarter. The car will come equipped with the same 4.0-litre V8, which pairs with a devilish 666 horsepoer of power, up by 16 horsepower compared to the standard Urus.
So, what sort of changes do you expect with the car’s exterior and its performance? Comment down below!