Urus 2023 Upcoming Cars, Price, Release Date & Full Specs [Update]

The Urus 2023 Upcoming Cars, Price, Release Date & Full Specs is a supercar with an SUV body, not just an exotic SUV with a supercar logo. That is shown by the vehicle’s astonishing performance on well-known racetracks, such as the new Performante variant breaking the Pikes Peak SUV record, as well as by the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8’s 657 horsepower. That recently unveiled model, which is lighter and faster, highlights Lamborghini’s dedication to making sure the Urus lives up to the brand’s unique heritage.

Urus 2023

This high-riding Lambo is the only vehicle in the showroom that can tow a trailer and carry more than two passengers, most likely very wealthy people. Occasionally, it is now showing off its intricate bodywork or exceeding practically every other vehicle on the road. There is currently no other SUV like the 2023 Urus, despite its quarter-million dollar price putting it out of reach for the majority of us mere mortals and its inside not being as spectacular as it should be for such a high price.

Price And Competition For The 2023 Lamborghini Urus?

The 2023 Lamborghini Urus S won’t be available in the US, but in Europe, it starts at 195,538 Euros before taxes. According to the current currency rate, that is equivalent to almost $193,000 in US dollars. However, the normal base Urus, which the new Urus S replaces, had an MSRP of more than $225,000; as a result, you should expect to pay at least $230,000 for the improved SUV. Competitors include the $188,700 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT and the $236,000 Aston Martin DBX707, both of which have higher power.

Urus 2023

Brand   Lamborghini Urus 2023
Price  $193,000
Horsepower 657-hp
Twin-turbo 4.0-liter
Release 2023

With the addition of the new S and Performance models, the Urus’s performance improves for the 2023 model year; horsepower jumps by 16 to 657 hp. The Performance features a different suspension system than the base S; it sits 0.8 inches lower than usual and uses steel springs rather than air springs. A special set of shoes for the Performante is also available. These shoes are 23-inch wheels fitted with Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires in sizes 285/40R-22 up front and 325/235R-22 down back.

Lamborghini Urus 2023 Full Specification

A 657-hp twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 powers all 2023 Urus versions. Under maximum throttle, the engine completely bellows and burbles loudly when idling. Fantastic acceleration is made possible by a combination of all that power, permanent all-wheel drive, and an eight-speed automatic transmission. In our tests, the Urus smashed the quarter-mile in 11.3 seconds at 121 mph after rocketing to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds. Lamborghini predicts a top speed of 190 mph as well.

The Lamborghini feels dynamic in the driver’s seat because of its quick steering and steady high-speed handling. The Urus incorporates air springs at each of its four corners, allowing for changeable ride heights depending on the selected drive mode. The Urus has standard carbon-ceramic brakes that allow it to stop at 149 feet from a speed of 70 mph. The new Performance model is for those who seek an even more racy Urus. It is said to weigh 104 pounds less than the conventional version and sit 0.8 inches lower. It is available with super-sticky Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires and 23-inch wheels.

Urus 2023 Performance

Only the Performante features a center differential that is unusual and uses steel springs to deliver more torque rearward than usual. In addition, a new Rally drive option for off-road driving is available on the ultra-Urus. Although it was a lot of fun when we tried it out during a prototype drive of the ’23 Urus Performante, we doubt many owners will actually thrash their six-figure SUV on gravel-covered off-road courses. We’re pleased to report that the Performante’s numerous enhancements pay off on the racetrack by delivering a snappier powertrain, better steering feedback, and a stiffer ride.

Urus 2023 Fuel Economy & Actual MPG

The owners of Lamborghini’s heaviest model, the Urus, sure like to drink, but those affluent enough to purchase one probably don’t worry about fuel efficiency. The 657-hp Urus is predicted by the EPA to achieve 14 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the motorway. The mileage will undoubtedly vary depending on driving style even though we haven’t tested its real-world mpg on our 75 mph highway fuel economy route.

Urus 2023

Urus 2023 Cargo, Comfort & Interior

The cabin offers a striking interior that is distinctly Lambo. To the left of the shifter are the controls for the drive modes and the programmable performance settings. There is a lot of faux-suede and carbon-fiber decoration throughout, even if the infotainment system and re-configurable gauges are straight from an Audi.

Depending on the seating arrangement chosen, there is adequate passenger room in the back seat for two to three passengers. Utilizable door pockets and a bin behind the floating center stack highlight the interior cubby storage. The cargo space of the Urus can hold up to 22 cubic feet, although with the optional rear bucket seats, that amount decreases by 2 cubic feet. Although the screens offer clear visuals and big icons, they are less user-friendly than conventional knobs and buttons.

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