Lamborghini showcases new body colors for the 2021 Urus SUV

Lamborghini showcases new body colors for the 2021 Urus SUV

September 7, 2020 Off By autotimesnews

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.