Lamborghini showcases new body colors for the 2021 Urus SUVSeptember 7, 2020
The Italian automaker revealed new body colors for its Lamborghini Urus crossover in a video. New colors – Giallo Inti yellow, Arancio Borealis orange and Verde Mantis green – will be offered for the 2021 model year crossover.
Recently, the Italian automaker announced a new paint scheme for the 2021 Urus SUV called the Pearl Capsule. It includes the following body colors – Giallo Inti (yellow), Arancio Borealis (orange) and Verde Mantis (green). Each one consists of four layers of glossy pearlescent paint.
The Italian brand showcases the crossover in new colors in a dynamic video because, well, all Lambo models are designed to drive fast.
You can watch a short two-minute video at the top of this page, but for those who prefer to read, two examples of the Italian crossover were showcased in the video.
It all started with a race between the orange and green Urus – the green has a Pearl Capsule appearance “package”.
The race started in the city and went through rough terrain, demonstrating the crossover’s capabilities as a very fast car.
Towards the end of the video, a black Urus joined the race, driven by the mother of the first two riders. I must say, it was a touching video.
For the uninitiated, the Pearl Capsule package adds glossy black accents to the roof, spoiler, rear diffuser and trim. He also gives the Urus a set of 23-inch wheels with black accents to match the body color. The interior is a combination of black and body color, and the seats have hexagonal stitching. Lambo is also adding carbon fiber and anodized aluminum to the cabin.
The Urus Pearl Capsule exterior / interior package will be offered for the 2021 Italian SUV, which now starts at $ 218,009
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the race of premium crossovers is Aston Martin DBX versus Lamborghini Urus. The Lovecars YouTube channel captures a premium crossover race featuring the British Aston Martin DBX and the Italian Lamborghini Urus. Both vehicles have similar technical equipment, but are designed for different tasks.
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