Render for the updated Lamborghini Urus EVO appeared on the webFebruary 10, 2021
Artists have published a render of an updated version of the high-performance crossover Lamborghini Urus EVO.
On “spy” photos of the updated Lamborghini Urus Evo 2022 model year, a crossover was shown, the body of which is covered with camouflage. A special film covered the entire car, hiding its sharp lines; however, the covers could not completely hide its redesigned front panel. Now a new series of unofficial images of the novelty presents what the new Urus might look like when it arrives, probably later this year.
Judging by this render, the updated Urus Evo will not receive a radical redesign.
The rendering shows a redesigned front with a redesigned false grille insert that now has a full-width element matching the body color. The radiator grill is much more horizontal than the current car, although these are minor changes. The front bumper also has a pair of slots offset at the corners.
These changes are under the headlights, which are the same shape as the current ones, although they have a different lighting design inside. Changes to the rear end are also expected to be minor – the shape of the rear bumper and taillights will change. The crossover engine is unlikely to be different – under the hood, you can expect a 4.0-liter V8 with twin turbocharging, which will still produce 641 horsepower (848 Nm). Lamborghini is likely to make adjustments to the interior design as well, although buyers shouldn’t expect significant changes.
The 2022 Lamborghini Urus Evo will represent a modest design evolution of the current model, inside and out.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the futuristic Lamborghini E_X hypercar does without doors. Independent designer Andrea Ortile showed what a Lamborghini-branded electric hypercar could look like.
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