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Statistics: 641 horsepower. 0-60 in just 3 seconds. Maximum speed of 190 mph. All of this is impressive in a performance car, but ridiculous in a five-seater SUV. Such performance is what you get when you grab the handle of the 2021 Lamborghini Urus. One of these super SUVs usually costs about $ 250,000, but for those of us who don’t have such cash, head to Omaze. Distribute Urus with $ 20,000 in cash, All taxes and shipping charges are included.
Here’s what we said about Urus: When you first grab the handle:
“Our first impressions arrive fiercely and fast at the 2.54 mile Vallelunga circuit near Rome, with trucks, streets and dirt running all day long. Grab the turbocharged V8 and 5-seater Lamborghini steering wheel. It sounds strange, but the whip-like acceleration from a standstill puts a strain and satisfaction on the neck. It’s very fast, with a 0-62 mph time claimed to be 3.6 seconds. May be faster than in the real world, faster than Gallardo, It does not come with a curb weight of 4,843 lbs. Erasing the numerical mass of the car from the head makes the Urus surprisingly agile in the corners. Thanks to the active roll stabilizer, air suspension system that can reduce the vehicle height to 1.6 inches, active damping, torque vectoring, and sticky Pirelli Corsa rubber, the Urus dances lightly in the corners despite its weight. I am. Standard 10-piston carbon-ceramic brakes provide incredible braking power, but it feels like there is additional brake assist to boost deceleration efforts, which can make it difficult to fine-tune the brake release when entering a corner. was.
“Lower throttle produces 641 hp and 627 lb-ft torque with the help of a computer. The Vallelunga has some tight corners, which causes understeering in more analog vehicles, Urus’s all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and torque vectoring enable a point-and-shoot approach on the track. Point the steering wheel in the desired direction and drop the hammer to make it look like a heat-detecting missile. The barrel moves in orbit. Whereas supercars like the Urakan Performante use primarily organic means to achieve track manners, naturally-inspired engines and four-wheel steering Although not in use, the Urus arsenal incorporates complex electronic equipment. The Center Differential is a relatively traditional mechanical Torsen unit with a 40/60 power split and is Lamborghini’s first. The use of full torque vectoring shifts power left and right.
“Urus, which has a peak of horsepower at 6,000 rpm and an indicated red line of 6,500, is not a high-revving screamer like Lamborghini’s naturally aspirated mill (although it goes beyond the red line into a soft limiter. Rather, it’s a strong-willed, torque-rich power plant that produces intense low-frequency sounds. There are few sound fireworks, but Corsa mode expands the soundtrack a bit. The dominant sound is the guided sound. And low-pitched exhaust, but driving next to a wall emphasizes off-throttle pops and bangs. Chief Technical Officer Maurizio Reggani said sports exhaust options will be available in the future. The 8-speed automatic gearbox shifts quickly, responsively and properly and smoothly, even when it’s not the most aggressive Corsa setting. The Urakan changes from a buttery smooth state to a cruel to sharp state. Although not as adaptable as the setup in, the Urus torque converter unit feels like it’s properly tuned for a high-performance SUV, then dumps it onto all four wheels.
“While the steering feels artificial rather than lively, and the front end sometimes has a vague feel, the envelope of Urus’ performance is so prominent that such a trivial problem is insignificant. It’s a very powerful vehicle that surpasses the supercars of just a few years ago, and I’m completely used to the truck. “
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