In India, Lamborghini has launched the Urus Graphite Capsule, adding yet another layer of exclusivity to the already outrageous SUV. A captivating new design will distinguish the Urus Graphite Capsule from the regular model, including a new exterior and interior. Customers can also customize the Urus in this edition, which offers a wide range of customization options.
Lamborghini never produced a car that you could describe as plain-jane – the opposite was true. A Graphite Capsule adds a whole new dimension to that already distinctive design. In contrast with the Pearl Capsule edition of the Urus with glossy finishes, the Graphite Capsule is made of matte paint for an elegant look. In addition to the black Nero Noctis shade, Graphite Capsule edition features white Bianco Monocerus, grey Grigio Nimbus and Grigio Keres exterior paint colours, which all have a matte finish. Moreover, there are four accent colours that are available – Yellow Giallo Taurus, Green Verde Scandal, and Orange Leonis and Dryope – which highlight the distinct elements of the Urus, like the splitter, door inserts, and rear spoiler.
In addition, this edition is equipped with 23-inch Taigete wheels. Graphite capsule editions of the Urus feature a black chrome finish on the rear. To ensure even the most discriminating customers are satisfied, the Urus Graphite Capsule offers a variety of 16 different colours.
Upon entering the Graphite Capsule edition, you’ll be met with the familiar layout of the Urus’ interior. Dash and door panels are anodized in dark aluminium, as well as carbon fibre inserts with a matte finish. Accent colours from the exterior carry over to the interior of the cabin, appearing in contrast stitching around the cabin. This cabin has swathes of Alcantara, which is not unusual for Lamborghini cars. Additionally, the Urus Graphite Capsule will have ventilated Alcantara seats, this option being exclusive to this model as well as the Urus Pearl Capsule for which it will be available in the near future.
Graphite Capsules are mechanically identical to standard cars. This vehicle has 642 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque from its 4-litre twin-turbo V8. All four wheels are driven by the automatic transmission, which has eight speeds. Although the Urus is stealthier now, the super SUV still maintains its sportscar-shaming performance. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 kph in 3.6 seconds and will reach a top speed of 305 kph.
It is estimated that the Graphite Capsule edition of Urus will cost 10 to 15 per cent more than the regular Urus. In reality, though, it would not really matter, since it would be difficult to justify buying a car that can rival a Huracan on the road while also being capable of off the beaten path.
As a competitor to the Lamborghini Urus, the Aston Martin DBX will appear in India. With a 4-litre, twin-turbo V8 engine borrowed from the iconic Vantage and DB11, the Aston Martin DBX is sure to turn heads.