Based on the recently leaked image, this is the most accurate render of the production Lamborghini Urus yet.
We're now less than a week away from the long-awaited debut of the Lamborghini Urus, the automaker's second SUV after the LM002. In the run up to its reveal, Lamborghini's teaser campaign for the upcoming super SUV has been relentless as its YouTube channel has been inundated with videos showcasing its capabilities off-road and on the track. One video inadvertently leaked the design of the Urus however, giving us a better idea of what the final production model will look like.
This leaked image was the inspiration for a new render by artist X-Tomi Design, and it's likely to be the most accurate depiction of the SUV yet ahead of its full reveal. While the leaked image was blurry since it was taken from a distant shot of the Urus' infotainment screen, X-Tomi Design's render is a much higher resolution, giving us a clearer look at the details on the production model. As we know, the design closely resembles the original concept Urus that debuted in Beijing back in 2012, albeit with some tweaks to freshen up the five-year old styling. At the front, the Urus will adopt different highlights, as well as a modified front fascia and bumper that makes the SUV look far more aggressive than the original concept.
Its unsubtle styling befits its performance, because we recently learned that the Lamborghini Urus is the fastest production SUV in the world, with early test drives confirming that the SUV delivers Huracan levels of performance with a 0-62 mph sprint time of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of over 188 mph. Powering the Urus is a bespoke twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that sends 650-hp to all four wheels. Lamborghini will be lifting the wraps off the Urus on December 4, so there's not long to wait now.