We also get a first official look at the interior.
Lamborghini's ongoing teaser campaign for the upcoming Urus continues with another look at its off-roading abilities. After showing it playing in the sand and sliding in the snow, Lamborghini's latest teaser focuses on the third and final new driving mode: Terra. Compared to the other modes, Terra looks like a more traditional off-roading mode for dirt driving. Make no mistake, the Urus won't be as rugged as a Land Rover, but its four-wheel steering, all-wheel drive system and powerful V8 should make it capable of tackling rough terrain.
We also get a first look at the SUV's high-tech interior with a very brief shot of the all-digital instrument cluster. As we already know from recently leaked photos, the cabin will borrow elements from current Audi models. The dashboard will probably be based on Audi's Virtual Cockpit, while the 10.1-inch and 8.6-inch touchscreens have been lifted from the A7 and A8.
Using a provided controller will allow you to toggle between five different driving modes: Terra (land) Neve (snow) and Sabbia (sand) will be joined by Strada, Sport, and Corsa modes that feature in the Huracan and Aventador. Not that many owners will ever take the Urus off-road to make use of the sand, dirt, and snow modes. While Lamborghini's supercar range is powered by naturally aspirated V8 and V10s, the Urus will be powered by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 delivering 650 hp made specifically for the SUV. With prices starting at $200,000, the Urus will be making its world debut on December 4 at an event held in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy, where the SUV will be built.