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2019 Lamborghini Urus Off-Road Package

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Jan 29, 2019

Category: Rides

Giving a high-end luxury SUV off-road capabilities is like remixing classical music with some hardcore metal. Lamborghini is now offering an off-road package for their Urus, which will turn it into a raging bull ready to devour the roads less traveled.

The off-road package includes two additional modes: Terra mode for overtaking obstacles and Sabbia mode for handling sand. To help you clear almost any obstacles in your path, the package provides you with the option of raising the suspension of the SUV up to 9.8 inches. The off-road package also tweaks the ride with an upgraded approach angle of 27.9° and a departure angle of 28.3° to further help you climb bumpy terrain. In addition, the package comes with stainless steel skid plates for underside protection, steel reinforcements for the bumpers, and a roof rail. Also, there’s an optional washing package, which includes wet-arm wipers and headlamp washers to preserve visibility. Lamborghini hasn’t released anything about the price of the package just yet, but you can assume it will cost a pretty penny.

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