Each of the six driving modes has a purpose.
Why would you want a Lamborghini Urus as your SUV? The obvious answer is the status attached to Sant'Agata's most famous badge, and then of course you also expect incredible performance, and a remarkable amount of space (for a Lamborghini anyway). The things that an SUV was conceived for, like off-roading, aren't all that important to Urus buyers, but Lamborghini has catered for such tastes anyway, giving the SUV six driving modes in addition to a customizable one. But with so many choices and all of them in Italian, knowing what to use each one for can be a little tricky. Fortunately, Lamborghini is on hand to translate.
The first of the preset modes is called Neve, or snow. Lamborghini recently demonstrated the Urus' abilities on the ice, clocking an astonishing 185 mph. The photo you see above depicts a model finished in Arancio Borealis, a striking orange shade from the new Urus Pearl Capsule range. We've gotta admit - this car looks good outside of its comfort zone.
The next mode is called Terra (earth), which you may be able to guess indicates off-roading, but it's not the only off-road mode. Sabbia (sand) gives the Urus more ground clearance "for climbing dunes", although it's unlikely that any thinking person would use anything but a Toyota Land Cruiser or a Jeep Wrangler for such a task.
Strada, or street as it would be in English, is "for daily life" with a more relaxed ride and a vehicle height that adapts based on the speed you're going. At higher speeds, the car hunkers down while low speeds raise the Urus slightly for more comfort. Then there's Sport, which Lamborghini says is for "enjoying country roads with no fear for uphills, downhills, and turns."
Finally, the mode you're really interested in is Corsa (race). This is performance-oriented with minimum roll permitted and is meant for use on the track, though we've seen plenty of these supercars using that mode on the street. It's usually the fastest and sounds the best. So there you have it; now you know how to correctly use a Urus. We're sure that's what was stopping you from owning one.