Lamborghini Urus Interior Photos Leaked?
Aggressive Design Matches other Lambo Models
Lamborghini’s upcoming Urus SUV will be a significant departure from the brand’s traditional models, high-performance supercars with about as much off-road capability as a pair of stilettos. But as we saw earlier this week, the company has plans to make the Urus reasonably talented when the pavement devolves into dirt, snow, or sand. While not as capable as the wild LM002, the new crossover will still be much more of a billy goat than its low-slung brethren.
But as proven by these photos, published on Instagram by user @altdynamic, the Urus will still be every inch a Lamborghini, at least in terms of interior styling. Its chunky, flat-bottomed steering wheel wouldn’t look out of place in a modern Aventador or Huracan, giving Urus owners a pleasing spot to wrap their hands.
The center stack is comprised of a conventional, vertical touchscreen and a second unit that angles severely toward the center console. A similar setup is found in modern Audi products, with the upper screen displaying infotainment while the lower screen controls HVAC settings.
Also found in the Urus is a slick all-digital instrument cluster display, similar to Audi’s Virtual Cockpit. The Urus’ most well-known rival, the Range Rover, also features an all-digital display that allows the driver to prioritize navigation, vital vehicle metrics, or a traditional speedometer/tachometer combo.
Other than those Audi-derived interfaces, the Urus’ interior design borrows heavily from the aforementioned Aventador and Huracan supercars. Like its low-slung siblings, the SUV applies a hexagonal motif to the cupholders, speaker grilles, and center console controls. The HVAC vents and gauge surround also adopt distinctly supercar-ish shapes, and the start button is located under a fighter jet–inspired red flip-up cover right next to the shift selector, in pure Lamborghini style.
Lamborghini will reveal the Urus in full on December 4. Till then, all we have are teasers and leaks, along with the promise of a Lamborghini-developed 4.0L twin-turbo V-8. That engine, likely producing around 600 hp, might help the Urus unseat the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, and Range Rover Sport SVR as the king of the performance-SUV domain.