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Lamborghini Confirms New Models Relevant To Urus & Huracan

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Lamborghini has confirmed that it will launch three new models based on the Urus and Huracan, starting in August 2022.

The Lamborghini Urus is getting an update. We’ve been told that the Urus facelift will be joined by a new version called the Urus Sport. The former is expected to feature a few cosmetic changes, inside and out. It could also get an updated infotainment system.

On the other hand, the Urus Sport is expected to get a host of carbon fibre upgrades. We’ve been told that the SUV could get a carbon roof, among other bits that are said to have reduced the overall weight by 100 kg.

Furthermore, the Urus Sport is also expected to get new rims, a new spoiler and an upgraded infotainment system. It will continue to use the same 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. However, in this car, the motor is said to have been tuned to produce 700 hp. The SUV is also likely to get a sport exhaust system as standard.

Now coming to the car that we’re most excited about – the Huracan Sterrato. 

The Sterrato will be the final version of the Huracan. It’s an all-terrain Lamborghini featuring jacked-up suspension and a whole host of exterior upgrades. The supercar is expected to be powered by the familiar 5.2-liter V10 engine that pumps out 640 hp and 417 lb-ft of torque.

Sources tell us that Lambo might produce between 500-1000 units of the Sterrato.

Image Source: Teddy Leung / Shutterstock

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