With 666 metric horsepower, the devil is in the details when it comes to the Performance.
The Urus Performance, Lamborghini’s most recent invention, is extreme to the max. It outperforms the regular Urus in terms of strength, weight, and speed. Lamborghini Urus 2023 Performant is lighter Faster and Stronger
The Performance, which was unveiled at the Quail during Monterey Car Week, increases the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8’s output by 16 horsepower for a final output of 657 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. 666 metric horsepower total. the beast’s marking. God is trembling.
The Performants also reduces the SUV’s overall weight by 104 pounds. These improvements reduce the 0-60 time to 3.3 seconds. It’s also got a top speed of 190 mph. Lamborghini says the Urus Performant’s drive modes were re-engineered. They include a new Rally mode. It’s meant to turn up the oversteer characteristics of the vehicle with anti-roll and dampening systems to work with its revised suspension.
“The Urus Performant takes to the road as a lightweight, honed athlete. Its muscular stance, distinctive design, V8 twin turbo powerplant and lightweight sports exhaust establish it through sight, sound and experience as the most exciting contender on every road, track and loose surface. This is a super sports car driver’s SUV,” says Reuven Mohr, Chief Technical Officer. Lamborghini Urus 2023 Performant is lighter Faster and Stronger
On the outside the Performant has deeper cuts in the hood lines and down the front bumper. The hood also has an air outlet forged from carbon fiber. You can even get an optional carbon fiber roof – meant to evoke other Lamborghinis like the Hurricane Performants and Super Trofie. The front bumper and splitter will also be made of carbon fiber. There are also aero changes all throughout the SUV. A newly-designed rear spoiler increases rear downforce over the standard car by 38 percent.
Chassis-wise, the vehicle has been lowered by 20 mm. 22-inch wheels are standard and 23s are optional. Overall length of the vehicle is increased by 25 mm because of the aero.
Just because the company wanted to show up, the fellas over in Italy ran a Reformate up Pikes Peak at the International Hill Climb. It got up the mountain in just 10:39.06. That’s 17 seconds faster than the previous SUV record, according to Lamborghini.
“The Urus Performant takes the supreme performance and distinctive looks of Lamborghini’s ground-breaking Super SUV to the next level, retaining its luxurious versatility and delivering the most engaging driving experience: not only on the road but in every environment, distinguished through an alluring design that denotes new benchmarks for driving dynamism in what is already a remarkable car,” Automobiles Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann said in a written statement.
All this performance won’t come cheap. The 2023 Urus Performant starts in the U.S at $260,676 – not including shipping or the gas guzzler tax. It’s safe to assume that prices will go up well into the $300,000 range when all is said and done in terms of options. Deliveries are expected to begin at the end of this year, according to Lamborghini.