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Lamborghini Affirms Introduction of New Variants Linked to Urus & Huracan

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Lamborghini has officially announced the upcoming debut of three novel editions inspired by the Urus and Huracan models, set to commence in August 2022.

An Urus revision is currently in the works. Reports suggest that the Urus facelift is being accompanied by a fresh variant known as the Urus Sport. Anticipated modifications include aesthetic enhancements both internally and externally, along with a potential update to the infotainment system.

Conversely, the Urus Sport is likely to undergo various enhancements using carbon fiber components, with the possibility of incorporating features like a carbon roof to contribute to a weight reduction of up to 100 kg.

Moreover, the enhancements to the Urus Sport are expected to encompass new wheel designs, an additional spoiler, and an improved infotainment system. Retaining its existing 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, the powertrain is reportedly being optimized to deliver 700 hp. The SUV is also speculated to come equipped with a standard sports exhaust system.

Transitioning to the model generating significant interest – the Huracan Sterrato.

The Sterrato is outlined as the ultimate iteration of the Huracan series. It stands as an off-road Lamborghini boasting elevated suspension and an array of exterior enhancements. The high-performance vehicle is projected to be driven by the well-known 5.2-liter V10 engine, capable of yielding 640 hp and 417 lb-ft of torque.

Insider insights suggest that Lamborghini may manufacture anywhere from 500 to 1000 units of the Sterrato.

Image Credit: Teddy Leung / Shutterstock

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